Last Updated: 17/05/14 4:54pm
The referee blows his whistle to bring the match to an end. St Johnstone have beaten Dundee United 2-0 to win the Scottish Cup for the first time.
Mackay does well to stop a bustling run from Dow. St Johnstone getting closer to full-time and Scottish Cup glory.
Dundee United really are running out of time now as an effort from Dow is easily gathered by Mannus.
GOAL MacLEAN! MacLean makes it 2-0 for St Johnstone. His initial effort is blocked by Cierzniak but he scrambles the rebound home. That could mean the Scottish Cup is going to Perth.
Croft's cross from the right is headed clear by Gunning. St Johnstone still looking dangerous on the break.
Ciftci makes space on the edge of the box and sends a driven effort narrowly wide. Dundee United continue to push for the equaliser.
Graham wastes a chance to make an early impact as he curves his shot wide of goal from 12 yards. Decent opportunity for Dundee United as time runs down.
May sends a wild effort well wide of goal from the left flank. Optimistic from the St Johnstone striker.
Dundee United make another change with striker Brian Graham on to replace midfielder Paton in an attacking move.
Robertson is frustrated as the ball bounces back off him in a challenge with Croft to give another goal-kick to St Johnstone.
Wotherspoon's corner from the right is met by a header from Makcay but the ball goes drifting wide of the near post.
Dundee United cause more problems for St Johnstone as Mannus fails to gather the ball before Watson fires a shot over the bar as he runs out of space.
Dundee United make their first change of the match with youngster Ryan Gauld taking the place of Mackay-Steven.
Wotherspoon makes his way through the Dundee United defence before a driven effort is blocked by Cierzniak. Great work to create the opportunity.
This has been a match packed with entertainment so far and there should be plenty more to come! Dundee United are creating opportunities but St Johnstone are still a force in attack.
Mackay-Steven concedes a free-kick as he hauls Mackay to the ground. Plenty for the referee to do at the moment.
That was quite an incident. Correct decision from the officials to rule out the goal as the first effort didn't go in and there's no doubt that May used his hand for the rebound.
Incredible drama! St Johnstone think they have scored thanks to a header from May but the ball didn't go in and then he punched the rebound home. The goal is given before the official behind the posts rightly intervenes and the decision is reversed. May is booked for trying to score with his hand.
Paul Paton becomes the second player to be booked today. He gets a yellow card for a hefty challenge.
Ciftci hits the bar with his free-kick and the ball nearly bounces back off Mannus and in the goal. He just about recovers to gather on the line. So close again for Dundee United!
Dow wins a free-kick in a shooting position after being taken down by a lunging challenge from Dunne. The St Johnstone midfielder is correctly booked.
Robertson runs out of space as he tries to get behind the St Johnstone defence. The end result is a goal-kick.
St Johnstone are the 2/7 favourites with Sky Bet to lift the Scottish Cup. Dundee United are 5/2. St Johnstone are 1/2 favourites to win the match after 90 minutes, Dundee United are 5/1 and the draw can be backed at 5/2.
What a way to end the first half! St Johnstone struck just before the break after an awful misjudgement of a corner from Cierzniak. Latest odds from Sky Bet to come.
GOAL ANDERSON! Cierzniak can't get to a corner from the left and allows Anderson the chance to easily head into an empty net. St Johnstone lead 1-0.
Robertson finds space in the box but a flick can't escape Mannus and the St Johnstone goalkeeper gathers the ball.
The match has gone a bit scrappy in the last few minutes. Dundee United are having the better of things but we've been stuck in midfield since Dow's chance.
That was nearly a fantastic goal for Dow. It was great work from the impressive Robertson to set up the chance.
The corner from the left is headed over the bar by Dundee United to give St Johnstone a chance to calm down.
Robertson's cross from the left is flicked towards goal by Dow and hits the near post of the goal. St Johnstone knock the loose ball behind for a corner.
Dow's corner from the left is headed narrowly wide of the far post by Gunning. No real power on the effort.
We still wait for the first goal but there's been plenty of entertainment so far. May is providing the main threat for St Johnstone but we are starting to see more of Dundee United in attack.
Armstrong drags a shot well wide from 25 yards. Both sides are getting in positions to shoot at goal but not too much bother for the goalkeepers just yet.
May's free-kick is blocked by the wall but Wotherspoon is first to the loose ball. His effort at goal is nearly deflected in by Gavin Gunning but Cierzniak is just about able to save.
John Rankin has an opportunity for a shot on the edge of the box but his effort is quickly charged down.
Dave Mackay concedes a throw-in as he's put under pressure by Gary Mackay-Steven deep in the St Johnstone half.
Plenty of action in the last few minutes. St Johnstone are attacking at speed and May is starting to provide more threat.
Brian Easton's cross from the left is cleared to the edge of the box and James Dunne's powerful effort is tipped over the bar by a superb save from Cierzniak.
St Johnstone work the ball to May and he sends a low effort well wide of goal from 35 yards. Never any danger there for Dundee United.
May's cross from the right is blocked by Robertson and the Dundee United man charges forward. His progress is halted on the halfway line.
Plenty of effort from both sides so far but no real chances. Dundee United are the side looking a little bit sharper in attack.
A long ball forward from Andrew Robertson evades all his team-mates and goes straight through to Mannus.
Wotherspoon breaks behind the Dundee United defence but the linesman correctly raises his flag for offside.
Ryan Dow's cross from the left is fumbled by Alan Mannus and he gets lucky as St Johnstone knock the rebound clear.
Stevie May tries to play David Wotherspoon through on goal but Radoslaw Cierzniak is aware of the threat and gathers the ball.
Dundee United are the 13/10 favourites to win the match with Sky Bet. St Johnstone can be backed at 11/5 and the draw after 90 minutes is available at 12/5. Dunde United are 4/7 to lift the trophy (including victory in extra-time or penalties) and St Johnstone are 5/4. The Sky Bet Price Boosts are: Michael O'Halloran to score first at 12/1 from 11/1, Ryan Dow to score first at 9/1 from 7/1, Dundee United to win 3-2 at 40/1 from 33/1 and St Johnstone to win 2-0 at 18/1 from 16/1.
Here's the teams in full - St Johnstone: Mannus, Mackay, Wright, Anderson, Brian Easton, Millar, Wotherspoon, Dunne, O'Halloran, MacLean, May. Subs: Cregg, McDonald, Hasselbaink, Banks, Miller, Croft, Iwelumo.
Dundee United: Cierzniak, Watson, Dillon, Gunning, Robertson, Paton, Rankin, Dow, Armstrong, Mackay-Steven, Ciftci. Subs: Graham, Wilson, Gauld, Souttar, McCallum, Gomis, El Alagui.
Here's the team news. Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara has recalled four of his key players as expected. Top scorer Nadir Ciftci, midfielder Stuart Armstrong, left-back Andy Robertson and winger Gary Mackay-Steven are all reinstated after being dropped to the bench for the last Scottish Premiership game of the season against Celtic last week. St Johnstone, appearing in their first Scottish Cup final in 130 years of the club's existence, have good experience in the shape of skipper Dave Mackay and centre-backs Frazer Wright and Steven Anderson, while 21-year-old forward Stevie May is looking to add to the 27 goals he has scored to date this season.