On the 5th of December, St. Mirren will play host to Aberdeen in a clash of these two mismatched Premiership teams. St. Mirren is fresh off their 1-0 shutout win against Livingston. Jake Doyle Hayes scored the first goal for St. Mirren in the 56th minute, and that was all the excitement the two teams could muster In the end, Livingston was frustrated by St. Mirren’s defence and couldn’t put any tallies on the board. St. Mirren ended the match with the shutout victory. They’re hoping to improve on their recent performance, having earned only 8 points in their last 10 matches, while aberdeen is fresh off their 1-1 draw against Hamilton Academical. Ryan Hedges struck first for Aberdeen in the 19th minute, then in the 49th minute, Scott McMann sent in a beautiful pass which was converted by Marios Ogboe earning Hamilton Academical at least a draw. With 18 points in their last 10 matches Aberdeen should be reasonably happy with their performance.
On Friday Oct 2nd, Aberdeen hosted St. Mirren at the Pittodrie Stadium in their last match together. Aberdeen won by a score of 2 to 1. Ethan Erhahon struck first for St. Mirren in the 54th minute on a feed from Cameron MacPherson, but Marley Watkins got the equalizer for Aberdeen in the 71st minute Finally they completed the comback in the 91st minute on a goal by Lewis Ferguson to cap off a wild match.
Aberdeen’s most prolific scorer has been Lewis Ferguson. He has netted 3 goals over the last 5 matches. Dylan Connolly and Ethan Erhahon are the top scorers for St. Mirren in the last five matches, but unfortunately they only have one goal.