St Mirren host Celtic at the SMiSA Stadium on Sunday in matchday 28 of the 2022/23 cinch Premiership season.
A late Alex Gogic goal saw Saints draw 1-1 with St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park on Saturday to stay in fifth place in the cinch Premiership. The Buddies have won three, drawn one and lost two of their last six league matches.
Sunday's opponents Celtic have won their last six league matches and sit atop the cinch Premiership. Ange Postecoglou's side were in Viaplay Cup action on Sunday as they defeated their rivals Rangers 2-1 at Hampden to win the trophy for a second year in a row.
St Mirren v Celtic
Competition: cinch Premiership
Date: Sunday 5th March 2023
Venue: The SMiSA Stadium
Season tickets are valid for Sunday's match.
Match tickets are only available to season ticket holders from this season and season 2021/22 and anyone that has purchased tickets for (and subsequently attended) at least two league matches at the SMiSA Stadium this season.
Season ticket holders from this season and season 2021/22 can purchase extra tickets online or at the St Mirren Ticket Office. Anyone that has bought tickets for – and attended – at least two league matches can only purchase directly from the St Mirren Ticket Office in person or via phone.
The match is being shown live on Sky Sports. International subscribers to St Mirren TV can watch the match live on tv.stmirren.com as part of their subscription. There is no PPV available.
Saints inflicted Celtic's only domestic defeat so far this season back in September with goals from Mark O'Hara and Jonah Ayunga giving us a 2-0 win over the league leaders.
There have been two meetings between the two in 2023 so far - both at Celtic Park. Celtic won 4-0 in the cinch Premiership in January and 5-1 in the Scottish Cup in February but the scorelines were harsh on a Saints side that competed well on both occasions.
Mark O'Hara opens the scoring in our win against Celtic in September (Image: Jeff Holmes)
David Dickinson is the referee on Sunday. He'll be assisted by Ross Macleod and David Dunne, with Euan Anderson the Fourth Official.
Andrew Dallas is the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) and he'll be assisted by Jonathan Bell.