Saints visit the capital on Saturday as Jim Goodwin's side get set to face Hearts in the cinch Premiership.
The Buddies moved into sixth place at the weekend following a 1-1 draw with Livingston. Jamie McGrath gave Saints the lead with a stunning goal from 25 yards, but a late equaliser saw Livingston leave Paisley with a point.
Hearts were beaten on their return from the international break. The Jam Tarts lost 2-0 to Motherwell at Fir Park - a result which kept Robbie Neilson's side in third place in the cinch Premiership.
Both sides go into the match having won one, drawn three and lost two of their last six cinch Premiership matches.
Hearts v St Mirren
Competition: cinch Premiership
Date: Saturday 27th November 2021
Venue: Tynecastle Park
Tickets for Saturday's match are available at the St Mirren Ticket Office. Prices can be found here.
Hearts have informed us that there will be no cash turnstiles on the day of the match so tickets must be purchased in advance from the ticket office. The St Mirren Ticket Office will be open between 10am-2pm Monday-Friday, with a late opening between 5pm-8pm on Thursday night (25th Nov).
PPV will also be available at a cost of £15. A PPV pass can be purchased here. St Mirren Youth Academy coach Andy Webster is the in-studio guest for Saturday's match. Please note that PPV is not available for purchase in England.
Please note that spot checks will be in place for this match so all supporters over the age of 18 need proof they are double vaccinated or have proof they are exempt. No refunds will be available for anyone who purchases a ticket without proof of their vaccination status.
The two sides have already faced off this season with Hearts edging a 2-1 victory at the SMiSA Stadium in August.
Saturday is the first time St Mirren have been at Tynecastle since November 2019. Jon Obika and Danny Mullen scored for the Buddies that afternoon, but the home side ran out 5-2 winners.
Saints last win at Tynecastle was in 2013 when goals from John McGinn and Paul McGowan gave us a 2-0 win in Gorgie.
John McGinn celebrates after giving St Mirren the lead the last time we won at Tynecastle.
Alan Muir takes charge of the game on Saturday and he's assisted by Ralph Gordon and Jonathan Bell. John Beaton is the fourth official.