Premier Sports Cup
Sun 25 July, 2021. Kick Off: - 15:00
The SMiSA Stadium
There are no tickets for Partick Thistle supporters for this fixture.
Live Video Coverage
This match has been selected for television coverage by Premier Sports.
Our JagZoneLIVE show will also be available to listen to with the build-up getting started at 2:30pm. The commentary team will bring you audio coverage of the full 90 minutes.
Live updates will be available on our Twitter page throughout the game.
You can enter our digital 50/50 draw by purchasing tickets online.
Following the game, we’ll have reaction from the Thistle camp available to watch on JagZone.
There will also be match highlights and a full game replay on JagZone later.
Joe Shaughnessy taps home from close range in the 94th minute as Thistle pushed forward for the equaliser.
Stone makes a save low to his left to deny Henderson.
Erwin puts the ball into the Thistle side netting from an angle.
MacIver clears a cross from the right at the back post at the expense of a corner kick.
Henderson smashes a shot into the side netting.
That probably have been a second goal for St Mirren. Tanser's cross to the back post finds the head of Main but he is unable to hit target.
There's a rare chance in a very uneventful second half as Bannigan gets caught in possession giving a Main a chance but he shoots wide.
St Mirren are close to a second goal. It opens up for McGrath who is initially denied by a fine block. the ball falls back to him and this time his shot is inches too high.
Rudden nearly manages to get in behind the St Mirren defence but a home defender just manages to get the ball clear.
Tanser's cross is met by a St. Mirren head but he sends it wide of target. Harry Stone rushes to get play restarted.
A Graham shot from a MacIver pass is deflected wide of goal.
There are an additional five minutes to play at the end of the 90.
St Mirren hold a narrow advantage, courtesy of a Jamie McGrath penalty, at the end of a largely uneventful first half.
Brian Graham and Stuart Bannigan both forced saves from the home keeper while in search of an equaliser but it is a deserved half-time lead for St Mirren.
One minute additional time to be played.
Bannigan tests Alnwick from distance with the home keeper pushing the ball away from goal with the loose ball knocked behind for a corner.
Tanser swings a free kick deep into the Thistle box that Graham back defending heads clear.
St Mirren are starting to turn the screw and the ball is worked to Henderson in a promising position wide on the right but on this occasion his delivery is poor.
Thistle are nearly back on level terms. Graham creates an opening for himself and looks set to score for the 4th successive game but Alnwick denies him with a good save with Thistle unable to make anything from Turner's corner that follows.
Quick water break before the game restarts.
McGrath makes an efficient job of tucking the penalty away. Foster can have no complaints over the award.
Foster takes the feet away from Henderson and St Mirren have a penalty.
Henderson whips over a cross with pace from the right but Stone is again on hand to collect the ball.
There isn't a great deal happening but Stone is sharp off his line to claim a Main header.
Stone has to be sharp to gather a Henderson cross at his near post.
MacIver slips through a clever pass looking for Rudden but the flag goes up for offside against the Thistle striker.
Docherty glances a header from Turner's corner towards goal but it drifts wide of the far post.
It's been an uneventful first few minutes. Brophy does manage a shot at goal for the home side but it is a long way off target.
St Mirren get the game underway.
Thistle go into this afternoon's match with St Mirren still with a chance, albeit a long shot, of reaching the knock out stages. A three goal Thistle win would see Thistle advance as one of the best placed runners-up.
Ian McCall has made three changes to his starting eleven this afternoon.
As promised he has given equal opportunity to each goalkeeper to impress ahead of the start of the league action and it is Harry Stone's turn to start today.
The other changes see Steven Bell and Ross Docherty, both half-time subs against Dumbarton in midweek, start.
On the bench there is a welcome return for Shea Gordon.