Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(93) 49 Goals 22 (41)
(68) 41 Assists 13 (24)
(6.8) 7 Average Ratings 6.6 (6.5)
27.4 Average Age 26.7
180.6 Average Height (cm) 184
(1.2) 1.5 Shots pg 0.7 (0.7)
(54%) 57% Aerial Duel Success 51% (50%)
(0.6) 0.6 Dribbles pg 0.4 (0.4)
(1.1) 1 Tackles pg 0.9 (1.1)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premiership Championship Group.

Missing Players

St. Mirren
Player Reason Status Rating
James McCarthy Out N/A
Player Reason Status Rating
Jonah Ayunga Out 6.42
Kwon Hyeok-Kyu Out 6.58

Team News

St. Mirren
  • Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers named just one change to the Celts side that clinched another derby day victory over Rangers, before a five-star display saw them hammer Kilmarnock in Ayrshire to claim the Scottish Premiership title.
  • Liam Scales accompanied Cameron Carter-Vickers at the heart of the Hoops defence as Alistair Johnston and Greg Taylor continued at right-back and left-back respectively. Callum McGregor, Reo Hatate and Matt O'Riley carried on in midfield.
  • Daizen Maeda and James Forrest supported Kyogo Furuhashi in attack against bitter rivals Rangers on Saturday at lunchtime. However, Adam Idah was given the nod against Killie and opened the scoring at Rugby Park after just five minutes.
  • St Mirren manager Stephen Robinson named four changes to the Saints side as the Buddies were beaten 1-0 by Kilmarnock, before they were held at home by Hearts in a 2-2 draw in their midweek match on Wednesday night.
  • Zach Hemming continued behind a back three of James Bolton and Alex Gogic who were joined by Richard Taylor instead of Marcus Fraser. Scott Tanser carried on at left wing-back, with Jaden Brown replacing Ryan Strain at right wing-back.
  • Keanu Baccus took Caolan Boyd-Munce's spot in midfield, to join club captain Mark O'Hara. Conor McMenamin supported lone striker Mikael Mandron, joined by James Scott - who scored his first Saints goal - as opposed to Toyosi Olusanya.


  • Celtic and St Mirren meet in their final Scottish Premiership fixture of the season, with the hosts celebrating the league title and the visitors celebrating continental qualification.
  • Celtic were back to their slick and brilliant best, as they swept Kilmarnock aside to avenge their previous Rugby Park demons and seal their 54th Scottish top-tier title. With the Scottish Cup final against Rangers to come - the two teams' first meeting in Scotland's showpiece fixture since 2002 - the Hoops are hoping to add a Scottish Cup to the trophy cabinet and win a domestic double.
  • St Mirren will be embarking on their first European adventure since 1987, with the Buddies back in the big time and potentially in European competition. Back-to-back top six finishes is an incredible feat for Saints, who have entered their last few league matches with absolutely no stresses or pressures. With continental qualifiers to come, it should be an exciting summer in Paisley.
  • St Mirren have only scored one goal against Celtic this season, as the Hoops have displayed their dominance against the Buddies recently and will hope to continue that on trophy day.

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