St Mirren make the journey to West Lothian on Saturday to face Livingston in the cinch Premiership.
It's Saints' last match ahead of the international break with Stephen Robinson's side having picked up seven points from our opening three league games. The Buddies were minutes away from three league wins on the bounce but for a late Aberdeen penalty seeing us draw 2-2 with the Dons at The SMiSA Stadium on Sunday.
Livingston have won one, drawn one and lost one of their first three cinch Premiership matches. The Lions defeated Hibernian 3-2 at Easter Road on Saturday following a 0-0 draw with Aberdeen on the opening day of the season. Their only defeat came in a 4-0 loss to Rangers at Ibrox.
Livingston v St Mirren
Competition: cinch Premiership
Date: Saturday 2nd Sep 2023
Venue: The Tony Macaroni Arena
Wheelchair/carer tickets are priced at £17 with carer free of charge if proof provided and these are only available at the St Mirren Ticket Office. Ambulant supporters must contact Livingston directly.
International subscribers to St Mirren TV can watch the match live as part of their subscription, while UK based subscribers can listen to audio commentary.
Saints were unbeaten in three meetings against Livingston in the cinch Premiership last season.
The most recent saw Mark O'Hara's first-half brace, either side of a Tony Watt goal, give the Buddies a 3-0 win over the Lions at The SMiSA Stadium in April.
Curtis Main's equaliser saw Saints pick up a point in our only meeting at The Tony Macaroni Arena in December last year in a 1-1 draw with both sides reduced to 10 men.
A last-minute Alex Greive goal saw us defeat Livingston 2-1 at The SMiSA Stadium in October despite being down to 10 men after Jonah Ayunga's red card.
Livingston's last win in this fixture came in the Viaplay Cup in August 2021 when the Lions won 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in normal time.
Mark O'Hara scored twice when Saints beat Livingston 3-0 in April (Image: Allan Picken)
The referee on Saturday is Nick Walsh and he'll be assisted by Graeme Stewart and John Stewart. Dan McFarlane is the Fourth Official.
Andrew Dallas is the video assistant referee (VAR).