CELTIC are looking to continue their good run of domestic form against St Mirren tonight on their trip to Paisley.
The Bhoys currently sit six points behind Rangers at the top of the table, so the fixture gives them a opportunity to make up ground on their rivals.
Celtic would like to continue in their current form against St.Mirren[/caption]
What time does St Mirren vs Celtic kick off?
St Mirren vs Celtic will take place on Wednesday, September 16.
The match will kick off at 7.45pm.
It will take place at St.Mirren Park.
What TV channel is St Mirren vs Celtic on?
The match will unfortunately not be shown live in the UK or Ireland.
Instead, St.Mirren will be live-streaming the match via its pay-per-view service.
Fans will be charged £12.50 for a game pass, which includes build-up and post-match reactions.
You can buy a pass for the match here.
What is the latest team-news?
Keeper Vasillas Barkas is likely to start in goal after keeping three consecutive clean-sheets.
Shane Duffy, Christopher Jullien and Kristoffer Ajer will start at the back, as Celtic stick to their 3-5-2 formation.
Jeremie Frimpong will keep his place at right back, and James Forrest will start on the left, with Scott Brown and Callum Mcgregor as midfield anchors.
Ryan Christie will be returning to the midfield, with Odsonne Edouard and Albian Ajeti leading the line up-front.
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The Paisley side were unable to name three goalkeepers for Saturday’s defeat by Hibs due to a Covid-19 outbreak.
Jak Alnwick, Dean Lyness and Peter Urminsky were ruled out, with Hearts’ Zdenek Zlamal drafted in on loan.
St Mirren said on Thursday that Alnwick was self-isolating after testing positive, then revealed a second goalkeeper – now confirmed as Lyness – had been found to have the illness.
But following Sunday’s round of clear tests, Urminsky will be available for the visit of Celtic after being left out at the weekend as a precaution.