After a vital victory on Wednesday night, will Kilmarnock back it up with another home win here?
In mid-week, Derek McInnes welcomed his former club Aberdeen to Ayrshire, with Killie claimed a crucial 2-1 win.
Scott Robinson and Joe Wright on target, the former scoring for the first time since August 2021 after a long spell sidelined with a knee injury.
That victory means Kilmarnock have taken seven points from their last four outings, climbing up to ninth, three clear of danger.
St Mirren meantime are all the way up in fifth, seeking to qualify for Europe for the first time since 1987.
The Buddies drew 1-1 with Livingston at the Tony Macaroni in mid-week, a night that saw both teams reduced to ten-men.
The Saints had Mark O’Hara sent off, but managed to snatch a point at Almondvale, thanks to Curtis Main’s equaliser.
Stephen Robinson’s side are now unbeaten in four matches, albeit three of them have ended in draws.
Back in mid-October, these two played out a goalless draw in Paisley, so will there be a winner at Rugby Park?