CELTIC are looking to bounce back from their draw at the weekend. However, their visitors will be no pushover.
Celtic have faced Wednesday’s opponents twice this season. At home, Postecoglou’s side breezed past the Paisley side 6-0. However, at the St Mirren Park, Celtic were held to a 0-0 draw, despite dominating the game.
Of course, Celtic will be playing St Mirren under different management, with Stephen Robinson replacing Jim Goodwin, who joined the Dons.
Postecoglou will be looking to hold on to his lead at the top of the table, knowing his side won’t get many helping hands. Celtic’s rivals travel to Perth to take on St Johnstone.
Three points and a good performance is needed as the side prepare for their visit to the Tony Macaroni later in the week.
Where and When?
Celtic will kick off at Celtic Park at 19:45 on Wednesday.
How to watch
Celtic have offered this out on PPV last minute
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— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) March 2, 2022