CELTIC travel to Paisley tomorrow to face St Mirren at the SMISA stadium.
The Premiership encounter comes less than a month from the Buddies’ famous 2-1 victory at Parkhead, which ended their three-decade long wait for a win at the home of Celtic.
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Neil Lennon’s side have picked up some momentum since then but had to hold on against Motherwell on Saturday in the match’s closing stages, eventually winning 2-1.
But St Mirren are the only side to beat Rangers this season, during a midweek clash at home. It will likely be another tough task for Celtic as they aim to close the gap at the top of the Premiership.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the match.
Last time out
Ilkay Durmus and Kristian Dennis were the heroes for St Mirren at Celtic Park in January, scoring first-half goals to earn their side a well earned three points.
Celtic had equalised through Odsonne Edouard after Dennis gave St Mirren the lead, but a glaring Shane Duffy error allowed Durmus to capitalise and send his side into the lead before half-time.
A late Jak Alnwick save ensured that the points travelled back to Paisley, the former Rangers stopper made a superb stop from Duffy.
When will the match take place?
The match will kick-of at 8pm on Wednesday, February 10 at the SMISA stadium.
How can I watch the match?
The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Football.
Is there a live stream?
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