St Mirren vs Rangers LIVE score and goal updates from the Premiership clash at Paisley

Michael Beale admitted that the Rangers can’t wait to say goodbye to this season and that they will finally have that opportunity today.

The same cannot be said for St Mirren, who finished in their best top-flight position in almost 40 years.

So it will be a very different frame of mind coming full time at Paisley after a contrasting campaign for these two sides.

Both have a chance to make one last push and, for the visitors, a chance for some fringe men to prove they have what it takes to be part of a new era next season.

Five legends said goodbye in the draw against Hearts in Ibrox in the middle of the week and today it may be the turn of the youngest at lunchtime.

Stephen Robinson’s aim is simply to win a top six game after failing so far after securing his place in the top half of the Scottish Premiership for the division below.

Find out if they can handle that right here as we bring you all the build up, action and reaction of the match on our LIVE blog.

Rangers need to learn from their rivals when it comes to transfer approach – Rae

Alex Rae in Ibrox(Image: SNS Group)

With a host of players allowed to run out their contracts at Ibrox this season, former Rangers midfielder Alex Rae has been vocal about the matter and the lessons his former club could learn from their rivals in the whole city.

weather watch

It’s shaping up to be a good afternoon for a walk in Paisley, with clouds overhead but little to no threat of showers, with temperatures peaking at 14 degrees.

reference clock

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Matthew MacDermid will be the man in the middle this afternoon and will be hoping for a quiet end to what has been a tumultuous season for officials across the country following the mid-season introduction of Marmite, sorry VAR.

Speaking of VAR, Andrew Dallas will be in the VAR room (gentlemen, you can’t fight here, is this the VAR room?) and will be assisted by David Dunne.

Here is today’s list of officials in its entirety.

Referee: Matthew MacDermid

AR1: David Roome

AR2: Michael Banks

Fourth official: Duncan Williams

VAR: Andres Dallas

AVAR: David Dunne

Beale says ‘bon voyage’

Rangers manager Michael Beale(Image: SNS Group)

Many Rangers fans would have echoed the sentiments of Michael Beale as he prepares to say goodbye to a miserable campaign.

Have a good trip this season and we will be back next season and give it a good chance.

To be honest, I’ve been thinking about summer for the past few weeks, so we’ll get this game out the right way, and then a short break before getting back to work.

I am very excited for the preseason. It is not the easiest thing to do, to arrive at a club in the middle of the season when part of the season has been written. I’m glad summer is upon us.

Todd’s Law

Todd Cantwell of the Rangers(Image: SNS Group)

The midweek game against Hearts saw a tearful farewell to five Rangers players. But now it’s all about the future at Ibrox under the management of Michael Beale.

And Record Sport columnist and former Ibrox treble-winning captain Barry Ferguson reckons Todd Cantwell is a major upgrade on one of those leaving: Ryan Kent. READ MORE

Would fans of the Gers be excited about this?

Graeme Souness, who is about to board a swim across the English Channel. Credit: Bradley Collyer/PA Wire

Graeme Souness has opened up about his talks with new chief executive James Bisgrove.

Bisgrove recounted how he met Souness for an informal chat and that the Ibrox legend would decide if he fancy some sort of role at the club. Souness has already given his opinion. READ MORE

Good day

Hello and welcome to the final round of Scottish Premiership games in a season Rangers will be happy to see but the Buddies will remember fondly.