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    • 28Marián Kello
    • 22Naismith
    • 4McGregor
    • 14McAusland
    • 18Kelly
    • 24Newton
    • 10McGowan
    • 7McGinn
    • 27Grainger
    • 12Campbell
    • 9Thompson
    • 1Forster
    • 4Efe Ambrose
    • 3Izaguirre
    • 5van Dijk
    • 2Matthews
    • 8Brown
    • 16Ledley
    • 21Mulgrew
    • 49Forrest
    • 10Stokes
    • 15Kris Commons
    • 2van Zanten
    • 30Chris Dilo
    • 5Mair
    • 26Brady
    • 17Reilly
    • 34Williams
    • 36Cuddihy
    • 11Boerrigter
    • 18Rogic
    • 6Nir Bitton
    • 17Amido Baldé
    • 41Fisher
    • 24Zaluska
    • 20Pukki

    St Mirren

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-4-2
    • 28 M. Kello
    • 22 J. Naismith
    • 4 D. McGregor
    • 14 M. McAusland
    • 18 S. Kelly
    • 24 C. Newton
    • 10 P. McGowan
    • 7 J. McGinn
    • 27 D. Grainger (Mair ')
    • 12 A. Campbell (Reilly ')
    • 9 S. Thompson (Brady ')

    Celtic

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-4-1-1
    • 1 F. Forster
    • 4 E. Ambrose Emuobo
    • 3 E. Izaguirre
    • 5 V. van Dijk
    • 2 A. Matthews
    • 8 S. Brown (Bitton ')
    • 16 J. Ledley
    • 21 C. Mulgrew (Boerrigter ')
    • 49 J. Forrest (Balde ')
    • 10 A. Stokes
    • 15 K. Commons
    Substitutes
    • 2 D. van Zanten
    • 30 C. Dilo
    • 5 L. Mair
    • 26 A. Brady
    • 17 T. Reilly
    • 34 M. Williams
    • 36 B. Cuddihy
    Substitutes
    • 11 D. Boerrigter
    • 18 T. Rogic
    • 6 N. Bitton
    • 17 A. Balde
    • 41 D. Fisher
    • 24 L. Zaluska
    • 20 T. Pukki

    St Mirren vs Celtic

    St Mirren have picked up a solitary point from their last nine league games against Celtic (L8) which came in their last meeting in March 2013.

    The Bhoys kept eight consecutive clean sheets in the league against St Mirren before the 1-1 draw in March against them.

    Celtic’s only defeat in their last 24 Scottish Premiership games against the Buddies came in March 2010, where they succumbed to a shock 4-0 defeat at St Mirren Park (W21 D2).

    St Mirren have lost seven points from leading positions at home this term; a joint-league-high figure.

    Celtic are unbeaten in 12 games away from home (W10 D2).