Conor McBrearty (Stenhousemuir) is sent off after getting a red card from referee Euan Anderson during the Scottish League 1 match between Brechin City and Stenhousemuir at Glebe Park, where a draw was enough to see Brechin City relegated to League 2.''(c) Dave Johnston

SPFL dirtiest teams: Most yellow and red cards in Scottish football 2018-19

Using Uefa’s disciplinary points system, we’ve examined each teams’ points total across the four divisions over the course of the 2018-19 season up to the 36-game mark.

It’s three points for a red, and a point for a yellow. In the event of a tie we have looked at foul count too. Stats courtesy of the SPFL website.

60 points - St Johnstone were just edged out by QoS by one foul 362-361. Two red cards all season means they're joint lowest count of reds in Premiership.  (2R, 54Y)

9. St Johnstone

60 points - St Johnstone were just edged out by QoS by one foul 362-361. Two red cards all season means they're joint lowest count of reds in Premiership. (2R, 54Y)
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61 points - Despite picking up five red cards this season, East Fife had one of the better disciplinary records thanks to their yellow card count of 46.

10. East Fife

61 points - Despite picking up five red cards this season, East Fife had one of the better disciplinary records thanks to their yellow card count of 46.
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62 points - Greenock Morton had just one red card all season but 59 yellows. Nine of which were picked up by Michael Tidser. (1R, 59Y)

11. Greenock Morton

62 points - Greenock Morton had just one red card all season but 59 yellows. Nine of which were picked up by Michael Tidser. (1R, 59Y)
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63 points - One of three teams to get 63 points, but lowest foul count  of 348. Two red cards and 57 yellows, eight picked up by Nat Wedderburn.

12. Raith Rovers

63 points - One of three teams to get 63 points, but lowest foul count of 348. Two red cards and 57 yellows, eight picked up by Nat Wedderburn.
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