Season 2022/23 draws to a close at The SMiSA Stadium on Saturday as St Mirren host Rangers on the final day.
Both sides know their fate as the season comes to an end with Saints finishing in sixth place - our highest top-flight finish since 1985 - and Rangers in second.
In our post-split fixtures Saints have drawn with Hearts (2-2) and Celtic (2-2) and lost to Hibernian (1-2) and Aberdeen (0-3).
Rangers have won three and drawn one of their post-split fixtures. Michael Beale's side defeated Aberdeen (1-0), Celtic (3-0) and Hibernian (3-1) as well as drawing 2-2 with Hearts.
St Mirren v Rangers
Competition: cinch Premiership
Date: Saturday 27th May 2023
Venue: The SMiSA Stadium
Season tickets are valid for Saturday's match. Anyone else wishing to purchase tickets should read the full ticket info HERE. Rangers will sell away tickets directly to their support.
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 were held to a 1-1 draw the last time Rangers visited Paisley. Jonah Ayunga's early second-half goal put us in front, but a late James Tavernier penalty saw the Ibrox side take a point.
The Buddies came within 10 minutes of taking a point when we last played Rangers in April. Two Mark O'Hara goals had the game poised at 2-2, but three late goals saw Rangers come away with a 5-2 victory at Ibrox.
Our last home win over the Light Blues came in December 2020 when we knocked the Ibrox side out of the League Cup with a dramatic late Conor McCarthy goal seeing us win 3-2 at The SMiSA Stadium.
Jonah Ayunga celebrates after scoring against Rangers in November (Image: Allan Picken)
Matthew MacDermid is the referee on Saturday. He'll be assisted by David Roome and Michael Banks. Duncan Williams is the Fourth Official.
Andrew Dallas is the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) and he'll be assisted by David Dunne.