St Mirren vs Celtic: How to live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news


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But after Boli Bolingoli broke Covid-19 rules by flying to Spain and then playing against Kilmarnock without quarantining, the game was postponed.

The Buddies will finally get the chance to make up for lost time this evening while champions Celtic will be keen to repeat their 5-0 demolition of Ross County and close the gap at the top on title rivals Rangers.

However, St Mirren season ticket holders will be able to stream it live on the club’s TV channel with their unique code.

Fans of both clubs will also be able to order the pay-per-view for the game HERE at a cost of £12.50.

ON-loan Hearts goalkeeper Bobby Zlamal continues between the sticks as St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin looks to put the club’s coronavirus worries to one side to get a positive result against the reigning Scottish champions.

Former Ross County striker Ethan Erhahon leads the line with talisman Jon Obika on the bench alongside young goalkeeper Peter Urminsky, who is cleared again to play if required.

CELTIC go with Polish striker Patryk Klimala up top alongside Odsonne Edouard for the Premiership encounter in Paisley.

Klimala, Ryan Christie, Hatem Elhamed and Greg Taylor all start as Neil Lennon makes four changes in all from the team which defeated Ross County 5-0 on Saturday.

Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers at the Scottish Sun football page

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