Livingston vs Celtic Scottish Premiership Betting March 4 – 7/2 Draw Odds Available

Celtic looking to banish memories of October

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Livingston v Celtic
4 March 1945hrs
Football – Scotland –Premiership
Pick Draw 
Bookmaker Ladbrokes
Odds: 7/2 odds taken at 1030 GMT, Tuesday 3 March

Celtic play for the third time within six days and may not find it easy to break down a Livi side which are exceeding expectations this season.

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Livingston Preview – Livi still on course for top six finish

The battle to finish in the top six before the end-of-season split is hotting up and Livingston are firmly in the mix.

There is just a month remaining and Gary Holt’s side currently have a six-point cushion over the bottom half of the table.

A place in the top six would boost the coffers at Almondvale ahead of the summer as it guarantees further matches against the bigger clubs.

Livi are in fifth spot ahead of the latest round of fixtures and are looking to extend a seven-match winning run on home soil. They have not lost at Almondvale since early November and ended Celtic’s unbeaten start to the season back in October.

Undoubtedly, the artificial pitch at the Tony Macaroni Arena has been an advantage for Livingston but Holt has also assembled a combative squad and introduced a new-look back three recently which has seen former Celtic defender Efe Ambrose moved in alongside stand-in skipper Jon Guthrie and Ciaron Brown.

Australian Lyndon Dykes leads the line well for Livi and scored against Celtic in the October victory. He is the home side’s top scorer but Steven Lawless isn’t far behind and will also be a threat to the Celtic rearguard


Both Teams to Score
Yes 11/10
No 3/4

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(Odds taken at 1045 GMT, Tuesday 3 March)

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Celtic Preview – Hoops wary of Almondvale pitch

Having lost 2-0 at Livingston in the autumn, Celtic might be nervous of another 90 minutes on their artificial pitch.

However, the champions were also architects of their own demise back in October with Ryan Christie sent off in the first half. The 25-year-old scored the winner in Sunday’s Scottish Cup quarter-final at St Johnstone, however, and is itching to put things right.

But Neil Lennon will need to rotate his squad again to cope with the busy schedule. His team certainly weren’t at their best in Perthshire on Sunday but may have still been suffering a hangover from their Europa League exit last week.

Mikey Johnston won’t play again this season and Lennon will almost certainly be without defender Kristoffer Ajer for this game while James Forrest is also a doubt. Jozo Simunovic is Ajer’s likely replacement and will probably play in a back three with Nir Bitton and Christopher Julien as Celtic look to mirror their opponent’s formation. Leigh Griffiths could join the in-form Odsonne Edouard in attack.

Celtic have won all eight Premiership fixtures since the turn of the year but have not kept a clean sheet in any of their last four matches in all competitions.

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Trends – Livingston vs Celtic Betting Tips

  • Celtic have won their last eight matches in the Premiership
  • Livingston have won their last seven home matches in all competitions
  • Celtic have not scored in either of their last two visits to Livingston

Something has to give in this – Celtic’s winning run since the turn of the year in the league or Livington’s seven-match winning run on home plastic.
It’s possible that a draw would suit both teams in their respective ambitions.

Draw and Both Teams to Score


The best betting odds for Livingston vs Celtic

Livingston 15/2 8/1 7/1
Celtic 4/9 2/5 4/11
Draw 7/2 7/2 7/2

(Odds correct with Betfred, Betvictor & Unibet at 1100 GMT 3 March)