St Mirren face Rangers for the second time this month as the Glasgow side visit Paisley for Scottish Premiership action.
The Buddies became the first side to defeat Rangers domestically this season when goals from Jamie McGrath and Conor McCarthy gave us a 3-2 win over Steven Gerrard's side in the Betfred Cup a little under two weeks ago.
Since that match Saints have beaten St Johnstone (3-2) and Ross County (2-0) in league duty, while losing narrowly to Hibernian (0-1) at Easter Road.
Rangers have won their three league matches defeating Motherwell (3-1), St Johnstone (3-0) and Hibernian (1-0)
St Mirren v Rangers
Competition: Scottish Premiership
Date: Wednesday 30th December 2020
Venue: The SMiSA Stadium
Can I watch the match?
Season ticket holders and international subscribers to St Mirren TV can watch the match as normal on St Mirren TV.
Non-season ticket holders and Rangers supporters can watch the match live on PPV at ppv.stmirren.com for just £12.50.
Gordon Smith will join our match day host for pre-and-post match summary, while Andy Webster is on co-commentary duty.
As mentioned above, St Mirren are the only side to have beaten Rangers domestically this season. The Saints knocked the Ibrox side out of the Betfred Cup at the quarter-final stage thanks to a dramatic late winner from Conor McCarthy.
Rangers were 3-0 winners when Saints visited Ibrox in league duty back in August.
Who are the officials?
The referee on Wednesday is Alan Muir. He' assisted by Frank Connor and Ralph Gordon while Kevin Graham is the fourth official.