Celtic will travel to West Lothian on Saturday afternoon to take on Livingston. A trip to the Tony Macaroni is never an easy task, and this weekend will be no different.
Off the back of a disappointing defeat away in Europe to Feyenoord, the Bhoys will be eager to get back to winning ways. Here is everything you need to know ahead of the match.
Where and When
Celtic will play Livingston this Saturday the 23rd of September at 12.30 pm in the Scottish Premiership. The game will take place at the Tony Macaroni Arena in West Lothian.
Who Is In Charge?
John Beaton is the referee for this one, and he will be assisted by Frank Connor and Craig Ferguson. Craig Napier is due to be the fourth official whilst Steven McLean and Andrew McWilliam will take control of VAR.
TV and Stream
The game will be shown live on Sky Sports Football. Fans outside of the UK and Ireland can watch the action unfold on Celtic TV.
Thankfully for Celtic, there were no injury worries added on Tuesday evening. Everyone who played at de Kuip will be available but none of Cameron Carter-Vickers, Maik Nawrocki, Stephen Welsh, or Liel Abada will be.
Brendan Rodgers said recently he is looking for the right moment to give Marco Tilio his debut after the Australian spent a lengthy spell on the sidelines. It remains to be seen when that moment will be.
Regarding Nat Phillips, he went over on his ankle against Dundee and resultantly came off at the break. The Englishman wasn’t involved on Tuesday, and Rodgers is yet to provide an update on the Liverpool loanee’s condition.
His return would be a sizeable boost going into the Livi’ game, but Liam Scales has deputized well at centre-half. Even with current injury issues, the Bhoys should have more than enough to win on Saturday and ensure they get their third consecutive league victory.