Up Next: St Mirren v Rangers (28th April)

Up Next: St Mirren v Rangers (28th April)


St Mirren return to cinch Premiership action on Sunday as we host Rangers at The SMiSA Stadium in our first post-split fixture.

The Buddies currently occupy fifth place in the cinch Premiership - a place that would secure European football next season following Aberdeen's exit from the Scottish Gas Scottish Cup on Saturday. Saints sit two points ahead of Dundee in sixth.

Rangers are currently in second place - three points behind league leaders Celtic. Philippe Clement's side will be aiming to get their title challenge back on track after failing to win in their previous three cinch Premiership matches. The Gers drew with both Celtic (3-3) and Dundee (0-0), while losing 3-2 to Ross County in Dingwall. 

Match Details

St Mirren v Rangers
Competition: cinch Premiership
Date: Sunday 28th April 2024
Kick-off: 12:30pm
Venue: The SMiSA Stadium
Live on Sky Sports

Ticket Info

This match is included in the season ticket. As is standard for matches against Celtic and Rangers, additional tickets are only available to season ticket holders from this season and last season online using the email address they used when buying their season ticket.

Non-season ticket holders that have purchased tickets for (and subsequently attended) at least two home league matches at The SMiSA Stadium this season can only purchase directly at the St Mirren Ticket Office or by calling the Ticket Office on 0141-840-6130. 

International subscribers to St Mirren TV can watch the match live on tv.stmirren.com as part of their subscription. UK subscribers can listen to live audio commentary. The match is being shown live on Sky Sports so there is no PPV available.

Previous 

Rangers have been winners in the three meetings between the sides this season. 

Saints were edged out when the teams last met back in January. Cyriel Dessers scored the only goal of the game to give Rangers a 1-0 win, but the Buddies created a number of chances throughout the game and were left frustrated to have not taken anything from it. 

An Abdallah Sima double gave Rangers a 2-0 win when the sides met at Ibrox in December.

Saints were reduced to 10-men in the first meeting back in October when Ryan Strain was shown a straight red card for denying a goalscoring opportunity. James Tavernier scored from the resulting penalty to put Rangers 1-0 up. Sima and Tavernier would score late in the second-half to secure a 3-0 win for the Ibrox side.

James Bolton heads off the bar against Rangers

Saints created a number of chances when the sides last met with James Bolton coming close to a late equaliser when his header hit the bar (Image: Allan Picken)

The officials

Nick Walsh is the referee on Sunday. His assistants are Frank Connor and Jonathan Bell. The Fourth Official is Chris Graham.

Don Robertson is the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) and Gary Hilland is the Assistant VAR. 

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