St. Mirren and Celtic will fight for three places in a Scottish Prevalence matchday 23 apparatus on Sunday. Following last weekend’s 1-1 home draw with St. Johnstone, the hosts enter the match. After their 10-man hosts went ahead in the 75th minute through Zak Rudden, the visitors were leveled by Alex Gogic in the 86th minute.
In the Scottish League Cup final, Celtic defeated archrival Rangers by a score of 2-1. Two goals from Kyogo Furuhashi gave the Bhoys a two-goal lead. The Hoops held on to win their 31st League Cup title after Alfredo Morelos cut the deficit in half in the 64th minute.
The 10-game winning streak suggests that the Celtic are motivated to succeed on three fronts domestically, and they are well-positioned to successfully defend their league title. The team led by Ange Postecoglou will now focus on league play,
where they currently lead the league by nine points with 73 points from 26 games. With 37 points from 27 games, St. Mirren is fifth in the standings.
St. Mirren vs Celtic Match Details :
- St. Mirren v Celtic
- Premiership Scotland
- Date – 05/03/2023
- Starting time – 12:00 UTC
St. Mirren vs Celtic Prediction :
St. Mirren is competing for European qualification, and a surprise victory here could help them get there. However, Celtic will be buoyed by their recent League Cup victory over Rangers and their unstoppable recent run. In addition to keeping a clean sheet, we are backing the visitors to win easily.
Prediction: St. Mirren 0-4 Celtic
St. Mirren vs Celtic Head to head :
The two teams have clashed 49 times previously. While four matches ended in a tie, Celtic held a 40-5 lead. Their most recent meeting took place in February 2022, when Celtic won the Scottish Cup 5-1 at home. In their last five games across all competitions, St. Mirren has won just one and lost three.
Celtic have won 17 games in a row, including the last 10 in a row, during their 18-game winning streak across all competitions. In their last 13 matches against other teams, Celtic has scored at least two goals in each one. One team failed to score in six of the last seven head-to-head matches.
St. Mirren vs Celtic Team news :
After Ayunga ruptured his cruciate ligament in January, joining long-term absentee Richard Tait, the Paisley treatment room is almost full. This weekend, Declan Gallagher is expected to compete for elbow room, and Alex Greive and Scott Tanser will be evaluated prior to the Celtic’s visit.
After missing the previous two league games, the uncooperative Australia international Keanu Baccus is also a question mark, and club captain Joe Shaughnessy only got a 10-minute cameo last weekend. David Turnbull was fit enough to play in the team that beat Rangers at Hampden Park, but he didn’t start because he didn’t want to aggravate a condition he still hasn’t fully recovered from.
This season, James McCarthy has played 22 league minutes and is expected to remain out with a hamstring injury through the weekend and beyond.
St. Mirren vs Celtic Betting tips :
- Celtic Glasgow has won ten consecutive games.
- In their last 15 games, Celtic Glasgow has not lost.
- In their last six outings, Celtic Glasgow has not lost a single one.
- This season, St. Mirren FC has not scored in three of their 14 Premiership home games.
St. Mirren vs Celtic Lineups :
- Gogic, Dunne, Fraser;
- Strain, Flynn, Kiltie, O’Hara, Small;
- Main, Watt
- Johnston, Carter-Vickers, Starfelt, Taylor;
- Hatate, McGregor, O’Riley;
- Jota, Furuhashi, Maeda
St. Mirren vs Celtic Where to Watch :
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