Saints return to league duty on Sunday as the Buddies host Aberdeen in the cinch Premiership.
Stephen Robinson's men booked their place in the last eight of the Viaplay Cup with a 1-0 win over Motherwell at The SMiSA Stadium on Saturday. Caolan Boyd-Munce's goal made it six wins on the spin for the Buddies and set up a quarter-final clash with Hibernian at Easter Road next month.
Saints have won both cinch Premiership matches so far this season, defeating Hibernian (3-2) and Dundee (2-1) to sit second in the league.
Aberdeen have picked up a point from their first two league matches having drawn their opening day fixture away to Livingston (0-0) and losing at home to Celtic (1-3). The Dons also progressed to the last eight of the Viaplay Cup with a 2-1 win away to Stirling Albion on Friday night.
Barry Robson's side come into Sunday's match on the back of their Europa League Play-Off match away to BK Häcken. The Dons face the Swedish side in Gothenburg on Thursday night.
St Mirren v Aberdeen
Competition: cinch Premiership
Date: Sunday 27th August 2023
Venue: The SMiSA Stadium
Season tickets are valid for Sunday's match. Season tickets are still available to buy ONLINE and at the St Mirren Ticket Office.
Non-season ticket holders can buy home end tickets at stmirren.com/matchtickets or at the St Mirren Ticket Office, subject to availability. Aberdeen have sold out their allocation of tickets.
50/50 online half-time draw tickets are available now. Our previous winner took home £370 so to be in with a chance of winning buy your tickets from just £1 HERE.
Saints won two and lost two of our four matches against Aberdeen last season.
The Buddies faced the Dons only once at The SMiSA Stadium last season with a Kelle Roos own goal, a Mark O'Hara penalty and a Greg Kiltie goal giving us a 3-1 win on Christmas Eve.
Saints faced three trips to Pittodrie in the cinch Premiership last season and also managed a 3-1 win in the Granite City back in February. The Dons won the other two by 4-1 in August 2022 and 3-0 in May 2023.
Mark O'Hara netted from the penalty spot in our 3-1 win against Aberdeen at The SMiSA Stadium last season (Image: Allan Picken)
John Beaton is the referee on Sunday and he's assisted by Douglas Ross and Ross Nelson. Stewart Luke is the fourth official.
Euan Anderson is the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) and he's assisted by Gary Hilland.