St. Mirren and Rangers draw 1-1 on Saturday. HIGHLIGHTS

GREENHILL ROAD. St. Mirren and Rangers draw 1-1. J. Ayunga scored the first goal (47') for St. Mirren. J. Tavernier equalized (84') with a penalty kick.

St. Mirren and Rangers draw 1-1 on Saturday. HIGHLIGHTS

GREENHILL ROAD. St. Mirren and Rangers draw 1-1. J. Ayunga scored the first goal (47′) for St. Mirren. J. Tavernier made it even (84′) with a penalty. Rangers was much superior in terms of ball possession (75%)​

The match was played at the The Smisa Stadium stadium in Greenhill Road on Saturday and it started at 12:30 pm local time. The referee was Kevin Clancy with the collaboration of Frank Connor and Sean Carr. The 4th official was Ross Hardie.

Match Statistics​

  • ! 26 Ball Possession 74
Shots
  • 10 Total 14
  • 3 On Target 5
  • 7 Off Target 9
  • 0 Shots blocked 0
  • 72 Attack 153
  • 30 Dangerous attack 95
  • 0 Ball safe​ 0
  • 0 Penalties 1
  • 6 Corners 5
  • 2 Off Sides 1
Fouls
  • 13 Total 11
  • 2 Yellow Cards 1
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 4 Substitutions 3

Ball possession

Rangers had a superior ball possession 75% while St. Mirren was struggling with a 25% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Rangers was more aggressive with 95 dangerous attacks and 14 shots of which 5 were on target. Notwithstanding, that was not enough Rangers to win the match​.

St. Mirren shot 10 times, 3 on target, 7 off target. On the other side, Rangers shot 14 times, 5 on target, 9 off target.

Cards

St. Mirren received 2 yellow cards (R. Strain and C. Main). On the opposite side, Rangers received 1 yellow card (A. Morelos).

Match Timeline

46'
S. Arfield- sub ->G. Kamara
46'
A. Morelos- Yellow
J. Ayunga(goal)
47'
60'
R. Jack- sub ->L. King
R. Strain- Yellow
66'
K. Baccus- sub ->G. Kiltie
78'
A. Greive- sub ->J. Ayunga
78'
84'
J. Tavernier(penalty)
A. Gogic- sub ->R. Strain
90'
90'
R. Ure- sub ->B. Barisic
C. Main- Yellow
90'

Standings

After this match, St. Mirren will have 21 points like Hearts and St. Johnstone to remain in the 7th place. On the opposite side, Rangers will have 33 points to remain in the 2nd place.

Next matches

In the next match in the Premiership, St. Mirren will play away against Kilmarnock on the 2nd of January with a 19-13 head to head stats in favor of Kilmarnock (12 draws).

Rangers will host Celtic on the 2nd of January with a 23-19 head to head record in favor of Celtic (9 draws).

St. Mirren – Formation

St. Mirren
G
T. Carson 1.Northern Ireland
6.6
D
R. Strain 23.Australia
6.1
90' 66'
D
M. Fraser 22.Scotland
6.1
D
D. Gallagher 31.Scotland
7.0
D
C. Dunne 18.Republic of Ireland
6.8
D
S. Tanser 3.England
6.5
M
G. Kiltie 11.Scotland
6.5
78'
M
E. Erhahon 16.Scotland
6.8
M
M. O'Hara 6.Scotland
6.8
F
J. Ayunga 7.England
7.1
78' Goals47'
F
C. Main 10.England
7.4
90'
Substitutes
G
P. Urminský 27.Slovakia
D
J. Shaughnessy 4.Republic of Ireland
M
J. Henderson 12.Scotland
M
R. Flynn 8.Scotland
M
K. Baccus 17.Australia
6.6
78'
M
A. Gogić 13.Cyprus
90'
M
D. Reid 15.Scotland
F
A. Greive 21.New Zealand
6.4
78'
F
E. Brophy 9.Scotland

St. Mirren started with a 5-3-2 line-up (5-3-2).

The manager Stephen Robinson decided to play with the following team: Trevor Carson (6.6), Ryan Strain (6.1), Marcus Fraser (6.1), Declan Gallagher (7.0), Charles Dunne (6.8), Scott Tanser (6.5), Greg Kiltie (6.5), Ethan Erhahon (6.8), Mark O’Hara (6.8), Jonah Ayunga (7.1) and Curtis Main (7.4).

The home team had on the bench: Peter Urminsky, Joe Shaughnessy, Jay Henderson, Ryan Flynn, Keanu Baccus (6.6), Alexander Gogić, Dylan Reid, Alex Greive (6.4) and Eamonn Brophy.

Substitutions

St. Mirren made 3 changes: G. Kiltie for K. Baccus (78′), J. Ayunga for A. Greive (78′) and R. Strain for A. Gogic (90′).

Best player: Curtis Main​

The most impressive player for St. Mirren was Curtis Main.

His rating is (7.4) with 23 passes (56% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 8 duels out of 13.

Rangers – Formation

Rangers
G
A. McGregor 1.Scotland
6.6
D
J. Tavernier 2.England
7.1
Goals84'
D
J. Sands 19.USA
7.1
D
L. King 38.Scotland
6.8
60'
D
B. Barišić 31.Croatia
7.5
90'
M
J. Lundstram 4.England
6.8
M
G. Kamara 18.Finland
6.7
46'
M
S. Wright 23.Scotland
6.2
M
M. Tillman 71.Germany
6.9
M
R. Kent 14.England
7.7
F
A. Morelos Aviléz 20.Colombia
6.9
46'
Substitutes
G
J. McLaughlin 33.Scotland
D
A. Devine 44.Scotland
M
S. Arfield 37.Canada
6.1
46'
M
R. Jack 8.Scotland
7.1
60'
M
C. McCann 29.Republic of Ireland
M
S. Davis 10.Northern Ireland
F
R. Matondo 17.Wales
F
R. Ure 69.Scotland
90'

Rangers started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

Giovanni van Bronckhorst played with: Allan McGregor (6.6), James Tavernier (7.1), Leon King (6.8), James Sands (7.1), Borna Barišić (7.5), Glen Kamara (6.7), John Lundstram (6.8), Scott Wright (6.2), Malik Tillman (6.9), Ryan Kent (7.7) and Alfredo Morelos (6.9).

The following players were sitting on the bench: Jon McLaughlin, Adam Devine, Scott Arfield (6.1), Ryan Jack (7.1), Charlie McCann, Steven Davis, Johnly Levi Yfeko, Rabbi Matondo and Robbie Ure.

Substitutions

Rangers made 3 changes: G. Kamara for S. Arfield (46′), L. King for R. Jack (60′) and B. Barisic for R. Ure (90′).

Best player: Ryan Kent​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Rangers was Ryan Kent.

His rating is (7.7) with 40 passes (92% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 11 duels out of 17. He performed 3 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Premiership.​