Champions Celtic are gearing up to take on St. Mirren in one of the final games of the Scottish Premiership season. Can the Hoops end the campaign with a bang?
In their last game, Celtic were thumped 3-0 by bitter rivals Rangers – as such, they will be out for revenge as they take on the Saints at Celtic Park.
Celtic injury news
The Celts will be without Alistair Johnston and Cameron Carter-Vickers for their game against St. Mirren – the latter of which has recently undergone knee surgery. Outside of this, Celtic have no other injured players to worry about.
The last time the two teams met
When Celtic last squared off against St. Mirren in the Scottish Premiership, back in March 2023, the Bhoys overcame a first-half scare to run rampant over the Buddies.
In the fifth minute of the game, Mark O’Hara scored a penalty for St. Mirren to put them 1-0 up. Celtic struggled to break down their stubborn opponents – but when Charles Dunne was sent off, they began to unravel.
In the second, Celtic took control of the game. Jota, Alistair Johnston, Liel Abada, Matt O’Riley and Oh Hyeon-gyu all got their names on the scoresheet en route to a 5-1 win.
Celtic Vs St. Mirren betting odds
Celtic, as you may expect, are the overwhelming favourites in this tie. According to Oddschecker, they are rated at 1/5 to win, while the Buddies have odds of 15/1. Meanwhile, the draw is rated at 13/2.