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St Johnstone v Celtic: Watch a Live Stream of the Scottish Premier League match
League leaders Celtic travel to McDiarmid Park in Perth to face 6 place St. Johnstone on boxing day.
St Johnstone v Celtic kicks off at 3pm UK time on 26.12.13.
So how can you watch St Johnstone v Celtic in the SPL on our live video streaming service?
Bet365 are showing St Johnstone v Celtic: live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
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St Johnstone have won 2, lost 2 and drawn once in their last 5 fixtures. St Johnstone are a whopping 20 points behind Celtic in the league and 10 points behind 2nd place Dundee. Manager Tommy Wright has stated that he hopes his players take motivation from a boxing day clash to topple the reigning champions.
Midfielder Paddy Cregg will be allowed to play after having his red card rescinded, however Murray Davidson and Chris Millar remain on the sidelines due to injury.
Celtic remain unbeaten in the league, however manager Neil Lennon is keen to focus on the job to come, rather then relish the moment. Lennon remains adamant that with 22 games remaining, the focus doesn’t slip.
Neil Lennon will remember that last year St Johnstone won once and drew the other game against the Glasgow giants, and will hope that this year his squad has enough quality to secure all 3 points.
Adam Matthews and midfielder Tom Rogic will be available for selection, however Charlie Mulgrew, Dirk Boerrigte, Mikael Lustig, Beram Kayal and Steven Mouyokolo are all injured.
- Updated: December 24, 2013