St Mirren head to Motherwell in the first post-split fixture as the 2020/21 Scottish Premiership season begins to draw to a close.
Saints face the Fir Park side on the back of a convincing 3-0 win in the Scottish Cup away to Motherwell's Lanarkshire rivals Hamilton Academical.
A Kristian Dennis strike either side of a Jamie McGrath brace secured Saints' passage into the Fourth Round of the cup.
Motherwell, meanwhile, also safely navigated their way into the next round of the cup with a 5-0 win away to Highland League side Formartine United.
Motherwell v St Mirren
Competition: Scottish Premiership
Date: Saturday 10th April 2021
Venue: Fir Park
How to watch the match
Saturday's match will be shown live on Motherwell's PPV for £12.
The match is also available to international subscribers on tv.stmirren.com.
St Mirren have won on their last three trips to Fir Park.
A Jamie McGrath strike was enough to give the Saints a 1-0 win in December in the Scottish Premiership. Goals from Jon Obika and Ilkay Durmus gave the Buddies a 2-1 win at Fir Park in the final meeting of the two sides last season in February 2020. That win came a week after a penalty shoot-out victory for Saints in the Scottish Cup following a dramatic 4-4 draw.
Neither side could be separated when they last met in February as the game finished 0-0 at the SMiSA Stadium.
Jim Goodwin's men are unbeaten in the last six against Motherwell stretching back to a 3-0 loss in Paisley back in December 2019.
Who are the officials?
Kevin Clancy is the referee on Saturday. He's assisted by Graeme Stewart and David Doig. Barry Cook is the fourth official.