St. Mirren hosts Aberdeen in round 23 of the Scottish Premiership. The match will be played on Tuesday, January 25th at The SMISA Stadium (Paisley)
St. Mirren was founded back in 1877. But this team has never managed to become the champion of Scotland (even with young Alex Fergusson, although the future sir brought his charges to the top league). But at the same time, the Buddies won several cups, and the last trophy was achieved relatively recently, in 2013. Then they became the strongest in the League Cup. From time to time, St. Mirren managed to try their hand in European competitions, albeit with modest results. In the previous season, the team took a fairly high seventh place. Now it is at about the same level. For a long time, the only success was three victories in a row, which were gained in late September and early October. But then the Buddies couldn’t win in eleven consecutive rounds. It was only last weekend that they finally succeeded. They beat Dundee United (1-2), which is in a protracted crisis.
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Aberdeen is another club that is associated with the biography of Fergusson. It was here that the manager was able to fully prove himself for the first time. His charges won three league titles and five different cups in Scotland. And most importantly, the Dons were able to consistently win the Cup Winners’ Cup and the UEFA Super Cup in 1983! However, the coach soon moved to Manchester. His successors were not even close to maintaining the team at the same level. In recent years, Aberdeen has been pushed back, and it’s not only about Rangers’ football renaissance. In 2020 and 2021, the club finished only 4th. And now the Reds run the risk of leaving the top six. However, recently Stephen Glass (a trainee of the club who received the status of head coach in the spring, although before that he worked only with the reserve squad of Atlanta United in the United States) was able to more or less stabilize the game of his charges. In December, Aberdeen gained four victories and lost only to Hibernian away (1-0). And after the winter holidays, the Dons gained a draw, but an honorable one: they pulled out a draw in the game against the champion and leader, Glasgow Rangers, having won back from the penalty spot after the break.
In early December, Aberdeen hammered St. Mirren with a score of 4-1. Of course, it will not be easy to repeat such a result, especially on the foreign pitch. But we recommend betting on the visitors to win with a zero handicap.