Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(18) 11 Goals 9 (16)
(13) 9 Assists 6 (10)
(6.4) 6.7 Average Ratings 6.7 (6.5)
26.6 Average Age 26.5
180.3 Average Height (cm) 184
(0.8) 1 Shots pg 0.7 (0.8)
(54%) 56% Aerial Duel Success 52% (49%)
(0.9) 0.7 Dribbles pg 0.5 (0.6)
(1.2) 1 Tackles pg 1 (1.2)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premiership.

Missing Players

St. Mirren
No missing players.
Player Reason Status Rating
Jonah Ayunga Doubtful 6.38

Team News

St. Mirren
  • Hibernian manager Lee Johnson guided his side to European football last time out and that's very much the aim for Hibs once again this season. The Hibees have been busy this summer in their pursuit of continental competition.
  • Goalkeeping duo Jojo Wollacott and Max Boruc have signed from Charlton Athletic and Polish side Slask Wroclaw respectively. Centre-back Will Fish has signed on loan from Manchester United for another season.
  • Fellow defender Riley Harbottle has been loaned to Hibs from Nottingham Forest. Left-back Jordan Obita has left Wycombe Wanderers to join Hibernian. Dylan Levitt departed recently relegated Dundee United for the Hibees.
  • Élie Youan turned his temporary stay at Easter Road into a permanent one. Adam Le Fondre has swapped Sydney FC for Edinburgh and fellow striker Dylan Vente has joined from Roda JC in his native Netherlands.
  • Stephen Robinson hopes to lead St Mirren into the top six again this season, after the Buddies advanced into the League Cup with three victories from their four matches in the group stage.
  • Goalkeeper Zach Hemming, previously of Kilmarnock, has signed on loan from Middlesbrough as Trevor Carson has joined Dundee. Right-back James Bolton has joined the Buddies from Plymouth Argyle.
  • Winger Conor McMenamin has signed from Glentoran in his native Northern Ireland. He could support either Mikael Mandron who's signed from Motherwell or Stav Nachmani who has signed from Israeli side Maccabi Haifa.


  • Two of last season's top six meet at Easter Road in Sunday's sole Scottish Premiership fixture, with Hibernian hosting St Mirren in Edinburgh.
  • Hibernian avoided a European embarrassment where, after losing the first leg in Andorra to Inter Club d'Escaldes, they comfortably progressed into the third round of Europa Conference League qualifying. The Hibees will look to put their Euro adventure to Switzerland, taking on Luzern, on hold as it's vital that they start well domestically in their attempts for continental football again.
  • As for St Mirren, they'll be hoping to seal another top six spot - or even European football - after last season's success. It was long overdue for the Buddies to finish in the top half of the table and there's been some movement both in and out of the club. It gets trickier season upon season with several sides adamant that they can play Scotland's elite in a fourth and final league fixture.
  • Hibs have beaten St Mirren in their last three league meetings, after losing to the Buddies in Paisley. The last of those was a 2-1 success in Leith three months ago and it wouldn't be a surprise to see that scoreline once more.

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