Hamilton Academical are the visitors on Saturday in the first Lanarkshire derby of the 2018/19 campaign.
Kick off at Fir Park is at 3pm.
The first game with your new season card
If you’ve bought your season ticket for the 2018/19 campaign, Saturday’s game is the first time you’ll get to use your new card to gain access to Fir Park.
You won’t notice too much of a difference. Just approach the turnstile as normal and the operator will scan your card to get you in, as opposed to the old system of taking the voucher from your book.
If you’re yet to collect your season ticket, there will be a collection point in operation at the Chapman Building office on Saturday before the game.
You can print a match ticket at home
If you haven’t got a season ticket, you’ve got options. You can turn up and pay at the gate as normal if you prefer, or you can buy your ticket online right now and print it off at home.
In the Phil O’Donnell, Davie Cooper and South stands, you can get in for £24 if you’re an adult, £17 for concessions, £3 for Under 15s and £28 for a combined ticket for one adult and two children.
If you want to watch the game from the John Hunter stand, it’s £20 for adults, £16 for concessions, £3 for Under 15s and £25 for a combined ticket for one adult and two children.
Concession prices apply to those aged 60 and over, 16-18 year olds and full-time students with a valid matriculation card.
Hamilton fans will be based in the lower tier of the south stand.
Charles Dunne, Ryan Bowman and Craig Tanner remain on the sidelines long term. Tom Aldred trained for the first time on Friday and will be in contention for the game.