Livingston vs Celtic for the Scottish Premiership championship match on Sunday at Almondvale Stadium.
On Sunday plays Livingston vs Celtic in the Scottish First Division, a match for round eight of the local tournament.
While no one would take a Livingston game seriously against one of Scotland’s most powerful teams years ago, today it is a stadium that no rival wants to visit.
They have the advantage of their stadium. It is a venue that no team wants to play for two reasons: it is a team that has improved its level and is increasingly challenging to win at home and second because the lawn is artificial.
They are having an appalling record because they have two consecutive losing games at home (one in the Premiership and one in the Cup), but have been defeated against two serious title contenders.
After all, they are in sixth place in the standings in Scotland with two wins, two draws and three losses. It is the fourth team with the most goals conceded, but also the fourth with the most scored.
The team missed goal chances on their last visit to Livingston’s ground. A detail to consider when analyzing Livingston vs Celtic’s prediction, although in the bygone era the team was led by Brendan Rodgers.
The team left their first points in the local tournament on the previous round when they drew 1-1. They need to be at best possible level to avoid another slip.
You should keep in mind that during the week they had to play a match against Cluj for the Europa League. The result has been good for Celtic as they got the 2-0 win at home.
There is no doubt that the favouritism of this match is everything for Celtic.
It is the team that scores the most goals in the tournament, and it is a fact that must be taken into account during the 90 minutes as the team will undoubtedly focus on attacking the opposing defence.
Among the top three scorers in the tournament are two Celtic players, Christie and Édouard, a performance that will be decisive during the game.