St. Mirren had 72% of the game’s possession and made 22 attempts at goal, scoring on three of them. Curtis Main (57, 81 seconds) and Declan Gallagher (90 seconds) scored the goals for St Mirren.
Aberdeen had six shots, only one of which was on goal. Aberdeen’s goal came from Bojan Miovski (74′).
Over their last six games, St. Mirren under Stephen Robinson has been rewarded for their goal-scoring attempts five times. On the other hand, seven goals have been scored against them in those same games.
St. Mirren had won all 11 of their previous home league games entering this matchup. Teams from other countries have not exactly had it easy here.
Hibernian and Ross County drew 1-1 in their prior encounter in the Premiership.
Hibernian had 12 shots on goal with only one of them being on target during that game, and they controlled 56% of the possession. Élie Youan (31′) was the lone player for Hibernian to register a goal.
Ross County made 11 attempts at goal, only one of which were successful. Ross County scored a goal in the 73rd minute thanks to Yan Dhanda.
Three goals or more have been scored in as many as five of Hibernian’s past six matches. During that time, 3.83 goals were scored on average per game, with Hibernian averaging 2.
Of course, the pattern won’t necessarily continue into the following game.
Hibernian had won both of their previous away league games coming into this contest.
St. Mirren vs Hibernian – Betting Analysis
Looking at their previous head-to-head matches dating back to September 18, 2021, there hasn’t been much to distinguish the clubs, with St. Mirren winning two of them, Hibernian winning two, and two games ending in draws.
In total, 12 goals were scored between them throughout the course of those games, with 5 for the Buddies and 7 for the Hibees. There are usually two goals scored per game on average.
The two teams’ most recent league match took place on Premiership Match Day 13 on October 29, 2022, with Hibernian winning 3-0 over St. Mirren.
At that time, Hibernian had 61% of the ball and made 16 shot attempts, three of which were successful. The goals were scored by Martin Boyle (45′), Mykola Kukharevych (63′), and Ewan Henderson (67′).
St. Mirren, on the other hand, made 11 attempts at goal, scoring on none of them. Don Robertson served as the match’s official referee.
What are the best odds for the game?
Turning to the betting odds in the win-draw-win market, backing St. Mirren can be had for 2.83, backing a draw is 3.34, and betting on the winning team to be Hibernian can get you 2.5. They are currently the best prices available.
St. Mirren vs Hibernian – Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Under 2.5 Goals