This is the reverse fixture as the two sides met each other last Saturday and the match ended in a 1-1 draw at the SMISA Stadium.
Hearts will host St Mirren in a Scottish Premiership fixture at Tynecastle Stadium on Friday night. This is the reverse fixture as the two sides met each other last Saturday and the match ended in a 1-1 draw at the SMISA Stadium. Ryan Strain put St Mirren ahead inside the opening four minutes, before Robert Snodglass leveled the score, four minutes into the second half. The hosts are currently occupying third spot in the Scottish top flight standings, having collected 32 points from 20 games, 17 adrift of second-placed Rangers, who have played a game more. St Mirren, meanwhile, have a game in hand over the Gorgie Boys and are sitting at the sixth position, with 27 points to their name.
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🗣 Hear from the manager on his newest arrivals and Friday’s cinch Premiership match with St Mirren.
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— Heart of Midlothian FC (@JamTarts) January 11, 2023
Hearts come into this fixture unbeaten in their last six outings. Robbia Neilson’s side seems to have got their act together following a poor spell of form before the World Cup break and could move six points clear of Aberdeen. Prior to the draw against St Mirren, Neilson’s men thrashed Hibernian 3-0, courtesy of a first half brace from Lawrence Shankland and Stephen Humphrys’ 94th-minute strike. HMFC have recorded three wins and two draws from their five matches since the resumption of competitive action following the World Cup break, scoring 12 goals and conceding six during that period.
St Mirren, on the other hand, have registered three draws and one win from their last four games. The Saints resumed league action with a convincing 3-1 win over Aberdeen on December 24, courtesy of Kelle Ross’ own goal and second half strikes from Mark O’ Hara and Greg Kiltie. Stephen Robinson’s side are also unbeaten in their last six games. Meanwhile, traveling away from home has not been a strong point for the Buddies, as they have notched up just five points on the road, which is the second fewest in the Scottish top tier.
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Hearts midfielder Beni Baningime and forward Liam Boyce are sidelined with cruciate ligament injuries, while Craig Halkett is a long-term absentee with a knee injury. Meanwhile, winger Gary Mackay-steven is also occupying the treatment room alongside Peter Haring. Goalkeeper Craig Gordon is out with a broken leg, therefore Zander Clark could appear between the sticks. As for St Mirren, defender Marcus Fraser unavailable for Friday’s game, because of a red card suspension, while full-back Richard Tait is sidelined with a groin issue. Alex Greive and Curtis Main could partner up front, with Strain and Transer occupying the flanks.
Hearts possible line-up: Clark, Sibbick, Rowles, Cochrane, Smith, Devlin, Snodgrass, Forrest, Ginnelly, McKay, Shankland
St Mirren possible line-up: Carson, Strain, Taylor, Shaughnessy, Dunne, Tanser, Baccus, Gogic, O’Hara, Grieve, Main
|St Mirren||1-1 (D)|
|St Johnstone||2-3 (W)|
|Dundee United||2-2 (D)|
|Last 5 match-results||Score|
|St Mirren draw Hearts||1-1|
|Hearts beat St Mirren||4-2|
|Hearts beat St Mirren||0-2|
|Hearts beat St Mirren||2-0|
|Hearts beat St Mirren||1-2|
The Scottish Premiership match between Hearts and St Mirren will take place at Tynecastle Stadium on Saturday at 1:15 am IST.
|Hearts vs St Mirren||Key Details|
|Date||January 13 (UK)|
|Kickoff time in UK||7:45 pm (Friday)|
|Kickoff time in India||1:15 am (Saturday)|
Unfortunately there is no live telecast for the Scottish Premiership match between Hearts and St Mirren.
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