St Mirren secured a hard-fought 2-2 draw against Hibernian in the cinch Premiership, thanks to Lewis Jamieson’s stoppage-time goal. Joe Newell’s second-half strike initially put Hibs ahead, responding to Josh Campbell’s opener and Mark O’Hara’s penalty. Despite Jamieson’s equalizer, St Mirren, currently in third place, have won only one of their last six games.
Manager Stephen Robinson made a single change, bringing in Mikael Mandron for Toyosi Olusanya, following their defeat to Celtic. Hibernian, aiming to recover from a Viaplay Cup semi-final loss, made two adjustments with Rory Whittaker and Campbell replacing Martin Boyle and Lewis Miller.
The game saw Hibs take an early lead through Campbell after a defensive lapse by Alex Gogic. St Mirren showed resilience, but Hibs remained threatening, with Richard Taylor blocking a goalbound effort.
Both teams had opportunities, including a missed chance by Youan and a wide shot from O’Hara. The first half concluded with Hibs leading, despite Caolan Boyd-Munce’s unsuccessful long-range attempt for St Mirren.