St. Mirren will go head to head against Ross County on Wednesday at St. Mirren Park stadium. Can St. Mirren recover from their previous loss or will Ross County push their way up the table?
St. Mirren are placed seventh in the league, with three wins, seven draws, and five losses to their name. They have had goal-scoring issues in their previous five encounters, and the pressure is now beginning to mount on manager Jim Goodwin. In their previous game in the league, they were defeated by Hearts 0-2, despite having a good xG and playing stats. Their upcoming clashes are difficult, and securing a win in these matches would be crucial. They will face off against Ross County, who currently sit at the bottom. St. Mirren will be desperate for a win against Ross County and they would be motivated for their upcoming challenging clashes.
Although they lost their previous clash against Hearts, they fared better in terms of many attacking metrics. They took more shots than their opponents, however, they failed to convert these chances. They are doing better than their previous season, but they lack a clinical presence in the attack.
As seen in their previous clashes, St. Mirren has been successful in topping the aerial duels charts. They are placed on top in terms of both aerial duels and successful aerial duels. They have fared better in the air than any of their opponents.
Ross County are at the bottom of the Scottish Premiership with two wins, four draws, and eight losses. They managed to secure a late draw against Dundee United in their previous clash. Jack Baldwin’s last-minute goal saved them from losing points. They have struggled to press effectively and mount pressure on their opponents. However, Ross County would be looking forward to a positive start and taking home all three points.
In their previous game, Ross County dominated Dundee United and came out on top in most of the attacking metrics. Jack Baldwin led the xG chart. Most of the players dominated the stats, but they failed to convert their chances. They even had a better shot on target percentage.
Ross County have been an easy opponent as their defense has been easy to break. They have failed to press effectively as well. Although they were a better side in the previous game, they still need to fix some issues at the back to have solidity.
St. Mirren (3-4-2-1) – Alnwick; Fraser, Dunne, Finlayson; Tait, Flynn, Power, Tanser; Ronan, McGrath; Brophy.
Ross County (4-2-3-1) – Maynard-Brewer; Watson, Baldwin, Lacovitti, Randall; Tillson, Cancola; Spittal, Paton, Charles-Cook; White.
St. Mirren have an impressive home record and are the favorites in this match.