However, one thing that will continue to bug Davidson is his side’s inability to capitalise on dominant spells. Goals have been few and far between for the Perth club this season, with just 15 from 17 games. And despite responding well to Livingston’s opener on Saturday, the hosts could not make the most of the majority of possession they had.
But the visitors’ lead would only last six minutes. Neat build-up from the Perth side resulted in Wotherspoon whipping a dangerous ball into the area for Kane who, in an unusual fashion, chested home to level the game.
However, the game sparked into life early in the second half as Mullin’s deep free-kick found Guthrie in the box, who flicked a header beyond Zander Clark.
Martindale now has the chance on Wednesday to potentially guide Livingston to Hampden for a League Cup semi-final, in what would be a remarkable start to his tenure should he get the position full-time.
The St Johnstone keeper was then on hand to keep the hosts in the game by parrying away a close-range volley from Jack Fitzwater.
Instead, Livingston restored their advantage after Mullin, who impressed all afternoon, lifted a superb through ball into the path of Robinson who finished low past Clark into the far corner.
In a first half lacking in chances and attacking quality, Kane came closest with a glancing a header from an inswinging David Wotherspoon corner off the bar, before Wotherspoon tried his luck with a curling long-range shot.
Saturday’s defeat brings St Johnstone’s 11-game unbeaten run to an end, which Callum Davidson can take positives from going forward.
The hosts then passed up a chance to take the lead as Scott Tanser’s dinked cross from the left found Stevie May, who made half a yard for himself in the box, but the former Aberdeen man failed to make a clean connection with a header that dragged wide.
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