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Livingston v Celtic Preview And Predictions - Scottish Premiership Week Six

Livingston v Celtic Preview And Predictions - Scottish Premiership Week Six

With two losses from their opening five games in the Scottish Premiership and a midweek 4-3 loss to Real Betis in the Europa League, Celtic are still searching for consistency and their best form under new manager Postecoglou. Next up for the Hoops is a trip to bottom of the table Livingston, the perfect fixture for them to find some confidence with a big win. Check out our preview and predictions for the game and if playing online slots and live table games is your choice of entertainment, then head over to Genting Casino where we have over 3000 online games available to play anywhere and on any device.


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Recent Form

Celtic were involved in a thriller on Thursday away at Real Betis, suffering a 4-3 defeat, but will expect to get back on track here. 

They’ve now lost three of their past four fixtures, though the other defeats were also by one-goal margins to AZ Alkmaar and Rangers, so it’s hardly time for any panic to settle in.

Prior to this recent run, the Hoops had racked up six consecutive victories, including 6-0 wins over Dundee and St. Mirren at Parkhead. 

They’ve also had 3-0 wins over Jablonec and Ross County on home turf this season, though their away form leaves a lot to be desired. 

Still, their start to the season was disrupted with signings made late on, and given they’ve had some tough fixtures on the road so far, they should return to winning ways in this one.

Celtic To Win

Livingston are without a win in six fixtures now in all competitions, losing four of five league games so far this season to leave them at the bottom of the standings. 

That includes 3-0 and 2-0 defeats to current top-two sides Rangers and Hibernian respectively, which leaves them with a W1-D4-L9 record against last season’s top three since the start of that campaign.

Celtic were without a number of players in Europe on Thursday. Liel Abada was missing for religious reasons, Callum McGregor picked up a minor hamstring issue last weekend, Giorgos Giakoumakis was deemed not fit enough to travel, while Greg Taylor, James Forrest, Christopher Jullien, Mikey Johnson and Kyogo Furuhashi are longer term absentees. 

Abada should return here and quite possibly McGregor, both of whom should be considered key players, so Ange Postecoglou shouldn’t be restricted to a threadbare squad this time around.




Albian Ajeti To Score Anytime

With Kyogo Furuhashi injured and Odsonne Edouard leaving for Crystal Palace, forgotten man Albian Ajeti has stepped up to the plate with three goals across Celtic’s last two appearances. 

The Swiss striker endured a difficult first campaign with the Hoops, but will be full of confidence having been finally handed his chance to shine, and didn’t deserve to be on the losing side midweek. 

Given Celtic have netted at least twice in six of seven clashes with Livingston over the past two seasons, he’ll be disappointed if he can’t maintain his goalscoring run.

PREDICTIONS:

CELTIC TO WIN

ALBIAN AJETI TO SCORE ANYTIME


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