After a rocky start to the season, consistency has proven to be the key for Celtic, who have now risen to second place in the league after an impressive run of form.
The Hoops have won their last five matches in all competitions which instantly put them back into the title race, sitting just two points behind their Old Firm rivals.
A victory on Saturday could see them take the top spot if the Gers are unable to win and that will certainly provide the squad with plenty of motivation in front of their fans.
Celtic have been ruthless in attack this season, scoring 26 goals in the league, which is more than any other team and that was on full display in midweek.
Ange Postecoglou’s team travelled to face Hibernian on Wednesday where goals from Anthony Ralston, Cameron Carter-Vickers and Kyogo Furuhashi helped secure a 3-1 win, with all three taking place before the first half was over.
However, the visitors are also in good form at the moment, despite the fact they are at the opposite end of the table right now, sitting just four points above the relegation zone.
Livingston have been undefeated since the Scottish Premiership returned from the October international break, defeating both St Johnstone and Ross County.
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On Wednesday night the Lions were held to a 1-1 draw when they faced Dundee United despite the fact they took the lead in the 36th minute courtesy of a Nicky Clark own goal.
However, David Martindale will have been pleased with the defensive performance of his team considering the fact they had to play the entire second half with 10 men due to Ben Williamson’s red card at the end of the first half.
The two teams have already met this season and on that day it was Livingston who took all three points with Andrew Shinnie’s goal being enough to separate them, which is something that the Lions would be pleased to repeat on Saturday