Which one of the Scottish Premiership’s saints will be marching into three points in this clash in Perth?
Of the two nicknamesakes, St Mirren are three places and six points better off, currently sat fifth, aiming to qualify for Europe for the first time since 1987.
Last weekend, Declan Gallagher’s seventh minute header was enough to down Ross County in Paisley.
Before this, Stephen Robinson’s side had actually lost back-to-back games, but have now taken 17 points from their last 13 outings, a decent return.
St Johnstone meantime are just seeking to stay clear of the drop zone, currently nine points above danger.
Callum Davidson’s team beat Tayside rivals Dundee United on Saturday, with Stevie May scoring both goals, the second of which saw him dispose goalkeeper Mark Birighitti virtually on his own goal-line.
So, the Saints have won both away matches in February, meaning they are back on course for survival.
St Mirren were battered 3-0 when they last visited Perth in September, before these two played out a thrilling 2-2 draw in Paisley just before the World Cup.
Which set of Saints will rule supreme at McDiarmid Park?