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Live video streaming: Watch Celtic v St Johnstone in the SPL
- Updated: November 8, 2012
Sunday (15:00 GMT) sees SPL leaders Celtic host 5th placed St Johnstone after their midweek heroics over Barcelona.
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Celtic host St Johnstone on Sunday, days after one of their most memorable victories in European football. After beating the best team in the world, Barcelona, they have a slightly less glamorous clash against St Johnstone.
Celtic come into this game after picking up 1 point from their last 6 in the league. However, in between those two matches they handed their opposition, St Johnstone a 5-0 thrashing in the cup.
18 year old Anthony Watt is pushing for a start after his fine finish against Victor Valdes. Gary Hooper and captain Scott Brown have both been ruled out through injury.
St Johnstone are one of two sides in the league to beat Celtic this season, beating them 2-1 at home in September. Saints manager Steve Lomas will be hoping his side can do what Celtic did to Barcelona.
Craig Beattie and Jamie Adams won’t be fit in time for a squad, that in recent weeks has looked awfully depleted.
Striker Nigel Hasselbaink will be looking to add to his tally in a fierce stadium with an even fiercer atmosphere.