Celtic line up against a St. Mirren side tonight that have been on the wrong end of Celtic batterings since 2010. It might be a game Neil Lennon is tempted to tinker with his squad. After a gruelling finish to the weekends Glasgow derby win when the Celts had to finish the game with ten men some bodies might need a rest.
St. Mirren have won just one of their 32 Scottish Premiership matches against Celtic (D3 L28), losing 15 of their 17 matches against them (D2) since a 4-0 win back in March 2010, a result that cost manager Tony Mowbray his job.
Celtic have kept 22 clean sheets in 32 matches against St. Mirren in the Scottish Premiership, conceding just three goals against them in the last 17 games and scoring 43 in reply during this period.
St. Mirren have won two of their last three home league matches (L1); they had won just two of their first 13 this season before this (D1 L10).
Celtic have won each of their four-away league matches in 2019, the only 100% win rate in the Scottish Premiership this calendar year.