LIVINGSTON. Livingston and St. Mirren draw 1-1. C. Montano scored the first goal (56′) for Livingston. C. Main equalized (63′).
The match was played at the Tony Macaroni Arena stadium in Livingston on Wednesday and it started at 7:45 pm local time. The referee was Steven McLean who was helped by Frank Connor and Graham McNeillie. The 4th official was Duncan Williams. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold at 7.6 degrees Celsius or 45.63 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 90%.
- 53 Ball Possession 47
- 7 Total 17
- 3 On Target 3
- 4 Off Target 14
- 0 Shots blocked 0
- 83 Attack 83
- 49 Dangerous attack 37
- 0 Ball safe 0
- 0 Penalties 0
- 4 Corners 5
- 1 Off Sides 3
- 8 Total 17
- 1 Yellow Cards 4
- 0 Double Yellow 0
- 1 Red Card 1
- 3 Substitutions 2
There was not much difference in terms of ball possession. Livingston was in possession of the ball for 54% of the time vs. St. Mirren that controlled the ball for 46% of the time.
Attitude and shots
Livingston was more aggressive with 49 dangerous attacks and 7 shots of which 3 were on target. Nonetheless, that was not enough Livingston to win the match.
Livingston shot 7 times, 3 on target, 4 off target. On the other side, St. Mirren shot 17 times, 3 on target, 14 off target.
Livingston received 1 yellow card (Jason Holt). On the other side, St. Mirren received 3 yellow cards (Mark O’Hara, Declan Gallagher and Charles Dunne).
(Livingston) was sent off after receiving a red card in the (24′).
Also, St. Mirren didn’t end the match with 11 players after Mark O’Hara (St. Mirren) was sent off after receiving a second yellow card (55′).
After playing this contest, Livingston will have 24 points like St. Johnstone to sit in the 7th place. On the other side, St. Mirren will have 25 points like Aberdeen to remain in the 5th place.
In the next match in the Premiership, Livingston will host Motherwell on the 2nd of January with a 13-2 head to head stats in favor of Motherwell (4 draws).
St. Mirren will play away agasint Kilmarnock on the 2nd of January with a 19-13 head to head stats in favor of Kilmarnock (12 draws).
Livingston – Formation
Livingston started with a 3-5-2 line-up (3-5-2).
The manager David Martindale decided to play with the following team: Ivan Konovalov, Nicky Devlin , Ayo Obileye , Morgan Boyes , Dylan Bahamboula , Andrew Shinnie , Sean Kelly , Scott Pitman , Cristian Montano , Stephen Kelly and Bruce Anderson .
The home team had on the bench: Jack Hamilton, Shamal George, Phillip Čančar, Jackson Longridge, James Penrice, Stephane Omeonga, Jason Holt and Esmael Goncalves.
Livingston made 3 changes: Cristian Montano for James Penrice (72′), Andrew Shinnie for Jason Holt (72′) and Dylan Bahamboula for Stephane Omeonga (82′).
Best player: Sean Kelly
As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Livingston was Sean Kelly.
His rating iswith 51 passes (72% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 8 duels out of 11. He performed 5 crosses.
St. Mirren – Formation
St. Mirren started with a 5-3-2 line-up (5-3-2).
Stephen Robinson played with: Trevor Carson, Ryan Strain , Marcus Fraser , Declan Gallagher , Charles Dunne , Scott Tanser , Keanu Baccus , Ethan Erhahon , Mark O’Hara , Jonah Ayunga and Curtis Main .
They had on the bench: Peter Urminsky, Joe Shaughnessy, Toyosi Olusanya, Alexander Gogić, Ryan Flynn, Jay Henderson, Greg Kiltie, Dylan Reid and Eamonn Brophy .
St. Mirren made 2 changes: Jonah Ayunga for Eamonn Brophy (46′) and Ryan Strain for Greg Kiltie (80′).
Best player: Marcus Fraser
The player that probably impressed the most for St. Mirren was Marcus Fraser.
His rating iswith 47 passes (82% accurate) and 4 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 7. He performed 4 crosses.
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the Premiership.
- St. Johnstone – Hearts – 2-3
- Rangers – Motherwell – 3-0
- Livingston – St. Mirren – 1-1
- Kilmarnock – Aberdeen – 2-1
- Hibernian – Celtic – 0-4
- Dundee United – Ross County – 3-0