Team news and stats ahead of Livingston vs Celtic in the Scottish Premiership on Wednesday, live on Sky Sports; kick-off 8.15pm.
Livingston newcomer Gavin Reilly is hoping to make his debut against Celtic at the Tony Macaroni Arena on Wednesday.
David Martindale remains without Alan Lithgow (ankle) and Keaghan Jacobs (foot), who are both nursing injuries.
Defender Jack Fitzwater could come back into the starting XI at the expense of Efe Ambrose after being an unused substitute against the Hoops last weekend.
Celtic will make changes with 14 of the 15 self-isolating players and staff set to return.
Kristoffer Ajer, Scott Brown, Mohamed Elyounoussi and Odsonne Edouard could be four players who are drafted into Neil Lennon’s starting XI following last weekend’s 0-0 draw.
The Celtic confirmed on Monday that another player has tested positive for coronavirus, although the player’s identity has not been revealed.
How to follow
Livingston vs Celtic will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football from 8pm on Wednesday; kick-off at 8.15pm.
Sky Sports customers can watch in-game clips in the live match blog on the Sky Sports website and app. Free highlights will also be published on the Sky Sports digital platforms and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel shortly after the final whistle.
- Livingston are unbeaten in their last three home league meetings with Celtic (W1 D2), this after having lost seven such clashes in succession beforehand.
- Since winning 16 consecutive league meetings with Livingston from 2001 to 2018, Celtic have only won two of their last seven against the Lions (D4 L1).
- Livingston have kept a clean sheet in four of their seven league matches under David Martindale (W6 D1), conceding just three goals in this time.
- Celtic have drawn both of their last two league games, including last time out against Livingston. They last drew three league fixtures in a row back in December 2010.
- This will be Livingston and Celtic’s second league meeting in just five days (also 0-0 on Saturday), the shortest gap between Scottish Premiership matches between any two sides since Celtic faced St. Johnstone twice in five days from 30th January 2019 to 3rd February 2019.
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