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St Mirren v Rangers: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, match preview and how to watch the Scottish Premiership clash on BT Sport

Rangers visit St Mirren at The Simple Digital Arena on Sunday lunchtime. Steven Gerrard's men scored eight goals and conceded none in the three Premiership games between the two last season.

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St Mirren v Rangers: Match preview

Rangers are looking to maintain their perfect start to the Scottish Premiership season against St Mirren ahead of next weekend’s Old Firm showdown with Celtic.

Steven Gerrard’s side opened their account with a 2-1 victory at Kilmarnock on the opening day before thumping Hibernian 6-1 at Ibrox in their last league fixture.

The Gers have also beat St Joseph’s, Progres Niederkorn and FC Midtjylland in the Europa League and their play-off tie is firmly in the balance after a goalless draw against Legia Warsaw in Poland. 

Last season’s Premiership runners-up also eased past East Fife to set up a Scottish League Cup quarter-final away to Livingston thanks to goals from Jermain Defoe, an own goal from Ross Dunlop and new signing Joe Aribo.

Aribo, one of a raft of summer signings, has been especially impressive since his move from Championship side Charlton.

Speaking after his side’s win over East Fife, Gerrard lavished praise on the wiry 23-year-old.

“Everyone will go away talking about Joe Aribo and rightly so,” he said.

“I am not sure how many good players have been at this stadium, but I don't think you will see many better than Joe.

“Top players turn up anywhere, it doesn't matter if it is in front of 50,000, or 1500, your standards are always the same and from day one Joe has done that. He was outstanding from start to finish.

“He can go as far as he wants. I hope he stays alongside me for many years, but he's got the world at his feet.”

Sunday’s opponents St Mirren lost their first game of the Premiership season 1-0 to Hibernian after they conceded a late goal to Scott Allan, but they bounced back against Aberdeen a week later.

Ilkay Durmus’ first-half goal was enough to secure the first win of the Jim Goodwin era in a dogged display in Paisley.

St Mirren boss Goodwin was praised his side’s summer acquisitions after seeing his side get up and running against Derek McInnes’ side.

“We needed players in and it didn't quite happen as quick as we would have liked but the new faces have come in and added quality,” he said.

“The pleasing thing for me is that they're taking on board what I'm asking them to do in training.”

After finishing nine points behind Celtic last season, Rangers will be desperate to continue their impressive early season form and lay down a marker ahead of the first meeting between the two sides next Sunday.

St Mirren v Rangers: The managers

St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin: "I was looking at their squad the other day and it’s quite scary. There are 32 players there that Steven Gerrard can pick from. He can change his team three times if he likes.

"Every player that comes in is probably just as good as the one coming out. I do expect him to make changes, I don’t think that it takes a genius to figure that out.

"They will rest a few players on Sunday and rotate his squad with next week’s European game in mind. I don’t think they will underestimate us and I think he’ll give us the respect we are due because of the good performance we gave against Aberdeen."

Rangers boss Gerrard: "It is my job to make it as clear as possible how important these three points are. We have started the season really well in terms of the league and we want to build on that.

"We have got to go there and do everything we can, whoever is selected, to take maximum points.

"St Mirren will be tough, they have started the season in a good place and were unlucky to lose at Hibs I thought.

"Then they got a fantastic result against a good, strong team in Aberdeen so I think the warning signs are there for my players."

St Mirren v Rangers: Head-to-head

Rangers have scored eight goals and conceded none in the three Scottish Premiership games between the two last season.

Date Competition Result Scorers
02/02/2019 Scottish Premiership Rangers 4-0 St Mirren Tavernier (2), Defoe, Kent
03/11/2018 Scottish Premiership St Mirren 0-2 Rangers Candeias, Morelos
12/08/2018 Scottish Premiership Rangers 2-0 St Mirren Morelos, Goldson
01/05/2016 Scottish Championship St Mirren 2-2 Rangers Gallagher, Morgan; Miller, Holt
27/02/2016 Scottish Championship Rangers 1-0 St Mirren Forrester

St Mirren v Rangers: Match odds

St Mirren: 12/1

Draw: 11/2

Rangers: 1/5

Odds correct at time of writing, courtesy of Bet365.

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