Rangers vs St. Mirren – After losing to Celtic in the Premiership by a score of 3-2, Rangers will be hoping for a better outcome in this game. Rangers enjoyed 45% of the game’s possession and 3 of their 8 shot attempts were on goal.

James Tavernier (45′, 78′) was the lone player for Rangers to register a goal. Celtic’s opponents had 9 shots on goal, with 7 of those being successful. Celtic scored goals via Kyogo Furuhashi (26, 62) and Jota (73).

In five of the last six games Rangers have played, three goals or more have been scored per game. In this period, Rangers scored a total of 18, compared to their opponents’ 7 goals. Let’s see if that tendency continues throughout the course of this game.

Rangers have gone 18 games without losing against St Mirren in the league, according to an analysis of their previous results. A protracted race. In their last 17 home league games, they have not lost. What a stronghold they have built.

St Mirren comes into this game off of a 0-2 Premiership victory over Hearts. St Mirren had 34% of the possession in that game and made 15 efforts on goal, scoring on three of them.

Alex Gogi (57′) and Curtis Main (52′) scored goals for St Mirren. Hearts’ opponents had 16 shots on goal, only two of which were successful.

St Mirren has scored a total of 9 goals in their last six games. Additionally, St. Mirren has scored in each of those contests. They have had seven goals scored against them throughout that time.

In the previous 20 league games, St Mirren’s records indicate that they had never defeated Rangers when they faced them away from home. It has been a stunning away streak. They have won all three of their away league games without losing.

Rangers vs St. Mirren – Betting Analysis

A review of prior results between these clubs dating back to March 6, 2021, reveals that St Mirren has experienced disappointment in these matches. They have failed to win any games at all, while Rangers have been successful in doing so, winning 83% of those games.

In these games, they combined to score 18 goals, 16 of which came from The Gers and two from The Buddies. 3.0 goals have been scored on average per contest.

The two teams’ most recent league meeting took place on Premiership Match Day 16 on November 12, 2022, with a final score of St Mirren 1–1 Rangers.

St Mirren had 25% of the possession in that game and 3 of their 10 shots on goal were successful. Jonah Ayunga (47′), their lone player, was the only one to score.

Rangers, on the other hand, had 13 shots total, with 4 of them finding the back of the net. James Tavernier scored in the 84th minute. Kev Clancy served as the official.

For Ranger’s manager Michael Beale, the following players won’t be able to play: Nnamdi Ofoborh (Heart Condition), Rabbi Matondo (Unknown Injury), Kemar Roofe (Knee Injury), Tom Lawrence (Achilles tendon issues), and Steven Davis (Cruciate Ligament Rupture).

Allan McGregor, James Tavernier, John Souttar, Ben Davies, Borna Barisic, Nicolas Raskin, Ryan Jack, Todd Cantwell, Malik Tillman, Ryan Kent, and Alfredo Morelos appear to be strong candidates for The Gers’ 4-2-3-1 formation.

St. Mirren manager Stephen Robinson has absolutely no reservations about his players’ fitness going into this match because every single one of them is fully healthy and eligible for selection.

Trevor Carson, Marcus Fraser, Joe Shaughnessy, Charles Dunne, Ryan Strain, Alexandros Gogic, Keanu Baccus, Mark O’Hara, Thierry Small, Tony Watt, and Curtis Main are the players we believe The Buddies will use in a 3-5-2 system.

We believe Rangers will be able to generate a respectable number of chances and shots on goal. On the other end, St Mirren might have a hard time scoring, but we do believe that they will almost certainly be doing so as well.

What are the best odds for the game?

Checking the betting prices for this game on the win-draw-win market, staking on Rangers can be had for 1.22, a wager on the game finishing all-square is 6.6 and taking a punt on a victory for St Mirren is 13.5. Those are the top bets being offered at the moment.

Rangers vs St. Mirren – Head -to- Head

Rangers vs St. Mirren

Our Prediction: Home Win

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