Ange Postecoglou’s side are unbeaten in the league since mid-September. Jota and Aaron Mooy’s second-half goals saw Celtic beat Dundee United 0-2 at the weekend at Tannadice. The win secured the Champion’s nine-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
It was a landmark victory for the Celtic boss who won his 50th Scottish Premiership game in just 61 matches, only Martin O’Neill (59 games) has got to that mark quicker for Celtic.
Celtic face Livingston at Paradise tonight after coming out of another very successful transfer window. Livi are always a tough team to break down with plenty of physicality and pace in their team.
The Hoops announced that tonight’s Premiership encounter against Livingston has sold out, with fans eager to witness Ange Postecoglou’s side win their sixth match of the new year while keeping their clean sheet record going.
With the teams just released officially this is how the Champions start tonight:
🟢⚪️ #CelticFC Team News!
Here is how Ange Postecoglou's Celts will line up in Paradise ⤵️
📋 Two changes as O'Riley & Maeda return to the starting XI#CELLIV | #cinchPrem | #COYBIG🍀 pic.twitter.com/yMNKmmkDla
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) February 1, 2023
The only surprise in that starting 11 is that the red-hot Mooy finds himself on the bench.
Daizen Maeda and Matt O’Riley are back in the starting XI, with Aaron Mooy and Liel Abada dropping to the bench. New Bhoy Hyengyu Oh is on the bench and looking to make his home debut.
About The Match
It’s a 7.45pm kick off in Glasgow. Celtic vs Livi is NOT live on TV. Celtic TV, however, are offering a pay-per-view option for fans to watch the game LIVE. To purchase a game pass for £12.99 with more information here.
The man in the middle will be Nick Walsh while Colin Steven is on VAR duty.