Can Dundee United leap off the bottom of the table?
Last time out, the Tangerines battled to a 1-1 draw with Livingston at the Tony Macaroni, courtesy of Aziz Behich’s equaliser.
Nevertheless, the Arabs are now winless in nine Premiership fixtures, these yielding a measly two points.
Jim Goodwin has had ten days to work with his new players on the training ground, so will that help them to a first victory since 2 January here?
Of course, Goodwin is a legendary figure at St Mirren, winning the League Cup with the Buddies exactly ten years ago yesterday, before managing the club 120 times, leaving for Aberdeen just 13 months ago.
Since then, the Saints have kicked on under Stephen Robinson, and are sixth, 16 points better off than United.
Here, St Mirren will be looking to bounce back, having been smashed 5-1 by Celtic a fortnight ago.
Mark O’Hara actually opened the scoring from the penalty spot in that game, but Charles Dunne’s red card for the denial of a goal-scoring opportunity really changed the game.
Before that, the Buddies had only lost two of six fixtures, so are seeking to remain in the top six and ultimately are dreaming of qualifying for Europe for the first time since 1987.
Can the Saints pile on the misery for United at Tannadice?