For those who forked out £15 on Saturday afternoon to watch Celtic take on Ross County in Dingwall, we’ll, keep your wallets out because you’re going to need it.
The game against Hamilton could only be screened on their PPV service because Sky Sports refuses to show ANY SPFL game this weekend because the Premier League was back.
Now, because the game was postponed, Sky Sports have decided not to show the St Mirren game on Wednesday night even though the original fixture was set to be broadcast.
It means St Mirren can now charge PPV subs for the game. The game will cost £12.50 on the night for supporters who want the feed.
Celtic will head to Paisley and could close the gap at the top with a win against the Buddies.
A thumping 5-0 win over Ross County has set them up nicely for the game. If Celtic can win their next two games, they’ll go top of the league; their Glasgow rivals don’t play until Sunday next week.