Scottish Premiership

St Mirren vs Hearts 2023-24 Scottish Premiership

  • 7': James Scott
  • 65': James Bolton
FT
2 - 2
  • 20': Kyosuke Tagawa
  • 73': Lawrence Shankland

Introduction

St Mirren are hosting Heart of Midlothian at The SMISA Stadium, Paisley, Scotland, starting on . The match is a part of the Scottish Premiership.

Match Commentary

  • 7': Goal! St. Mirren 1, Heart of Midlothian 0. James Scott (St. Mirren) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner.
  • 20': Goal! St. Mirren 1, Heart of Midlothian 1. Kyosuke Tagawa (Heart of Midlothian) left footed shot from the centre of the box to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Cameron Devlin.
  • 59': Substitution, St. Mirren. Toyosi Olusanya replaces Jaden Brown.
  • 59': Substitution, St. Mirren. Caolan Boyd-Munce replaces James Scott.
  • 59': Substitution, Heart of Midlothian. Lawrence Shankland replaces Alan Forrest.
  • 60': Substitution, Heart of Midlothian. Macaulay Tait replaces Cameron Devlin.
  • 65': Goal! St. Mirren 2, Heart of Midlothian 1. James Bolton (St. Mirren) header from very close range to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Caolan Boyd-Munce with a cross following a set piece situation.
  • 70': Substitution, St. Mirren. Marcus Fraser replaces Richard Taylor.
  • 70': Substitution, St. Mirren. Elvis Bwomono replaces Scott Tanser.
  • 71': Substitution, Heart of Midlothian. Liam Boyce replaces Kyosuke Tagawa.
  • 71': Substitution, Heart of Midlothian. James Wilson replaces Aidan Denholm.
  • 73': Goal! St. Mirren 2, Heart of Midlothian 2. Lawrence Shankland (Heart of Midlothian) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner following a corner.
  • 78': Substitution, Heart of Midlothian. Yutaro Oda replaces Dexter Lembikisa.
  • 84': Substitution, St. Mirren. Charles Dunne replaces James Bolton.

Game Information

Competition: Scottish Premiership

Venue: The SMISA Stadium
Location: Paisley, Scotland
Attendance: 7,222

Scottish Premiership Standings

POS TEAM GP GD PTS
+65 Celtic 38 93 3
+55 Rangers 38 85 7
+12 Heart of Midlothian 38 68 10
+2 Kilmarnock 38 56 10
Full Table

Line-Ups

STM St Mirren (3-4-3)

No. Name
1 Zachary Hemming (GK)
13 Alexander Gogic
5 Richard Taylor
2 James Bolton
17 Keanu Baccus
6 Mark O'Hara
3 Scott Tanser
21 Jaden Brown
9 Mikael Mandron
14 James Scott
10 Conor McMenamin

HOM Heart of Midlothian (3-5-2)

No. Name
1 Craig Gordon (GK)
2 Frankie Kent
15 Kye Rowles
21 Toby Sibbick
29 Scott Fraser
14 Cameron Devlin
22 Aidan Denholm
19 Alex Cochrane
81 Dexter Lembikisa
30 Kyosuke Tagawa
17 Alan Forrest

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