Is St Mirren vs Hibs on TV? Live streams, channels, PPV, referees, team news and kick-off times

David Gray will begin his second term as caretaker for Hibs when he takes his squad to Paisley on Saturday.

Shaun Maloney was relieved of his duties earlier this week after just four months as manager at Easter Road.

With the Leith club now going through the recruitment process for a replacement, Gray is stepping down temporarily.

Both St Mirren and Hibs fall into the near-safe category of relegation, but not quite.

That means if St Johnstone are to pick up points this weekend, the pressure could easily build on either side of this.

Stephen Robinson will be eager to avoid being sucked into the fight at the bottom, but has previously acknowledged that it is a possibility.

A win for both sides would be a major step towards ensuring security.

It will be an interesting battle of wits, but who will come out victorious?

Scottish Football has all the information you need to watch the meeting.

When and where is St Mirren vs Hibs?

The match will take place at St Mirren Park on Saturday, 23 April.

Kick off at 3 pm.

Is St Mirren vs Hibs on TV?

No, unfortunately the game was not selected to be shown on television.

Can I live stream the game and is there a PPV option?

Chris Cadden and Jordan Jones competed for the ball in the previous clash between the two teams
Chris Cadden and Jordan Jones competed for the ball in the previous clash between the two teams

Yes. The game can be purchased for £14.99 here.

Who is the referee?

The referee for this one is Euan Anderson.

He will be assisted by Daniel McFarlane and Steven Traynor.

The fourth official is Greg Aitken.

How’s the latest team?

Charles Dunne’s involvement at St Mirren for the remainder of the season is unlikely, if at all, due to a stress fracture in his leg.

Greg Kiltie has returned to training and could be involved, while Ryan Flynn has also returned but is ready to play.

Meanwhile, Hibs will be without seven first-team players for the match.

Darren McGregor, Kyle Magennis, Kevin Nisbet, Christian Doidge and Drey Wright will all be sidelined and while Demetri Mitchell has returned to training, he is not yet considered ready to feature.

In addition to those six, Ryan Porteous will serve the third of his four-match ban.

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