After back to back home matches, we’re on the road this weekend as we travel to Glasgow to take on the champions Celtic at Parkhead.
Our last trip to Celtic Park ended in a 4-0 defeat however, that’s our only loss to the Hoops in our last 5 clashes. Who can forget that terrific 2-0 win at the Tony Macaroni back in October 2019 when goals from Scott Robinson and Lyndon Dykes secured our first ever victory against Celtic.
We almost followed that up with a second home win against the Glasgow side in March this year after Jon Guthrie and Scott Robinson fired us in the lead after we’d gone behind to Callum McGregor’s early strike however, a late Tom Rogic goal meant a share of the spoils.
Celtic were in midweek action away to St Mirren, going behind to an early Lee Erwin goal before headers from Shane Duffy and James Forrest meant all three points left with Neil Lennon’s side.
It’s a busy schedule for Celtic who will be in midweek action next week too, heading to take on the winner of either Latvian side Riga FC or Tre Fiori from San Marino in the Europa League 3rd Qualifying round.
For the Lions, we’ll be heading to Celtic Park looking for a first away win of the season and a first ever win at Celtic Park. A 0-0 draw at the end of the 2018/19 season registered a first point at Parkhead – could this be the weekend we go one better?
Scott Pittman grabbed his 32nd goal for the club at the weekend meaning he’s now the overall top goal scorer at the club – and he joins Lyndon Dykes on 2 goals for the season too.
No new injury updates to bring you with Steve Lawson returning to the squad at the weekend having missed the start of the season with a broken foot.
Out on loan – Brian Schwake, Ross Stewart, Salim Kouider-Aïssa & Jack Hamilton.
How to Watch the Game?
Sadly, Celtic are not offering an option of pay-per-view for their home games so there is no method for watching a stream of the game this weekend.
LFC Live subscribers can listen to the live “away team” audio commentary of the game.
Last 6 Meetings
Mar 2020 – Livingston 2-2 Celtic
Nov 2019 – Celtic 4-0 Livingston
Oct 2019 – Livingston 2-0 Celtic
Apr 2019 – Celtic 0-0 Livingston
Nov 2018 – Livingston 0-0 Hamilton
Aug 2018 – Celtic 3-1 Livingston
Overall H2H Record
Played – 26
Livingston Wins – 1
Draws – 4
Celtic Wins – 21
Celtic Summer Signings
Albian Ajeti from West Ham United.
Shane Duffy from Brighton & Hove Albion.
David Turnbull from Motherwell.
Vasilios Barkas from AEK Athens.
Referee – Gavin Duncan.
Assistant Referees – Douglas Ross & Calum Spence.
Fourth Official – Bobby Madden.