St Mirren are our opponents in the Ladbrokes Premiership on Wednesday,
Here’s a look at the Buddies in detail.
Ten new faces have arrived in Paisley in the winter transfer window, with 13 heading out.
At the back, manager Oran Kearney has added goalkeepers Václav Hladký and Jordan Holmes, from Slovan Liberec and Bournemouth respectively. They’ve been joined by defenders Mateo Mužek, Mihai Popescu and Laurențiu Corbu.
Greg Tansey has arrived in midfield on loan from Aberdeen, along with fellow loanees Brad Lyons, Anders Dreyer and Kyle McAllister.
Up top, Haitian striker Duckens Nazon has also arrived on loan from Belgians Sint-Truiden.
St Mirren are without a league win in five, with their last Ladbrokes Premiership victory coming at Fir Park in December.
St Johnstone, Kilmarnock, Celtic, Hibernian and Rangers have since defeated them, with an aggregate score of 14-2.
Kearney’s men however did progress in the William Hill Scottish Cup, coming from two goals down to Alloa Athletic to progress 3-2.
In the scrap
St Mirren may be bottom of the table as things stand, but they are anything but cut adrift.
With Dundee sitting two points ahead of them, and Hamilton Academical three, there is plenty scope for a string of results to pull them out of immediate danger.