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Live Reporting

Thomas Duncan

All times stated are UK

  1. Motherwell eye return to third place

    Celtic v Motherwell (15:00)

    It's been quite the season so far for Motherwell, but they were knocked down to fourth place by Aberdeen yesterday after the Dons' win at Ross County.

    It's a tough ask for them to beat Celtic on their own patch to reclaim third spot, but they've recovered well from defeats by Aberdeen and Rangers to record back-to-back wins over Kilmarnock and Livingston. Is today their day?

    It's been all smiles at Motherwell this season
    Image caption: It's been all smiles at Motherwell this season
  2. Rome heroics to spur on Celtic?

    Celtic v Motherwell (15:00)

    Neil Lennon described Thursday night's dramatic win in Rome as "just behind" the famous 2012 triumph in the Champions League against Barcelona. The 2-1 win against Messi et al is one of the greatest moments in Celtic's recent European history.

    But what happened after? They were held to a 1-1 draw at home to St Johnstone. Lennon will know how hard it is for players to raise their game for domestic matters after such a adrenaline-pumping win, but they'll need to against a good Motherwell side this afternoon.

    Olivier Ntcham scored a last-gasp winner at the Stadio Olimpico
    Image caption: Olivier Ntcham scored a last-gasp winner at the Stadio Olimpico
  3. Can Livi continue to punch above their weight?

    Livingston v Rangers (15:00)

    Since their shock promotion to the top flight last season, Livingston have continued to achieve well beyond their resources.

    They are the only team to have beaten Celtic in the league this term, after a shock 2-0 win at home last month, and that's despite losing star centre-halves Craig Halkett and Declan Gallagher, and goalkeeper Liam Kelly.

    Our man Stefan Bienkowski, has been looking at the numbers behind another good start to the season. Read here.

    Livingston boss Gary Holt celebrates his side's brilliant victory over Celtic last month
    Image caption: Livingston boss Gary Holt celebrates his side's brilliant victory over Celtic last month
  4. Livi next Porto call

    Livingston v Rangers (15:00)

    Still giddy from Thursday night Rangers fans? A great performance at Ibrox earned a famous 2-0 win over FC Porto to take a step closer to the knockout stages of the Europa League.

    It's back to domestic matters now though, and Livingston will pose a different kind of test, and are pretty strong on their own patch. Steven Gerrard's side did win at the Tony Macaroni Arena in the League Cup back in September, though.

    Steven Davis and Alfredo Morelos were on target against Porto at Ibrox
    Image caption: Steven Davis and Alfredo Morelos were on target against Porto at Ibrox
  5. Premiership rewind

    There were four matches in the Premiership yesterday, with maligned, managerless Edinburgh clubs Hearts and Hibernian both restoring some much needed pride with convincing victories.

    Hearts thumped bottom side St Mirren 5-2, while Hibs trounced St Johnstone 4-1, a win which included a hat-trick from the struggling striker Christian Doidge.

    Elsewhere Aberdeen made it three wins in a row by beating Ross County 3-1 in Dingwall, and Hamilton and Kilmarnock drew 2-2, with Killie coming from two goals down following the sending off of Accies' centre-back Sam Stubbs.

    Christian Doidge netted a hat-trick in a 4-1 win for Hibs
    Image caption: Christian Doidge netted a hat-trick in a 4-1 win for Hibs, having scored just once previously for the club
    Steven Naismith scored the first of Hearts' five goals at Tynecastle
    Image caption: Steven Naismith scored the first of Hearts' five goals at Tynecastle
  6. Captain Hartley misses out for 'Well

    Celtic v Motherwell (15:00)

    Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson makes three changes to today's starting line-up as top scorer Liam Donnelly serves a suspension, captain Peter Hartley misses out through illness and Jermaine Hylton is dropped.

    Bevis Mugabi, Barry Maguire and Richard Tait come in for the Lanarkshire side which might prompt a change of shape...

    Motherwell
  7. Ntcham earns starting place for Celtic

    Celtic v Motherwell (15:00)

    Olivier Ntcham is rewarded for his stunning winner against Lazio with a start today. Celtic boss Neil Lennon also brings back teenager Jeremie Frimpong at right-back after Hatem Elhamed picked up an injury in Rome.

    Ryan Christie drops to the bench to accommodate Ntcham, while Tom Rogic is fit enough to join him among the substitutes after missing the midweek victory in Italy.

    Olivier Ntcham wins a place in Celtic's starting team after scoring the winning goal against Lazio
    Image caption: Olivier Ntcham wins a place in Celtic's starting team after scoring the winning goal against Lazio
  8. Livi recall fit-again Dykes, Lithgow missing

    Livingston v Rangers (15:00)

    Livingston are without skipper Alan Lithgow, with the defender rushed into hospital to get his appendix removed.

    Better news is that Lyndon Dykes is back from injury to lead the attack after missing three matches.

    Jack McMillan comes into defence and Scott Tiffoney makes way for the strapping Aussie forward, while Stevie Lawless takes over from Keaghan Jacobs in midfield.

    Aymen Souda returns after a ban to take a place on the home bench.

    Dykes returns for Livingston, having scored in the win over Celtic last month
    Image caption: Dykes returns for Livingston, having scored in the win over Celtic last month
  9. Aribo and Arfield return for Rangers

    Livingston v Rangers (15:00)

    Steven Gerrard makes two changes to the side who so impressively dispatched Porto on Thursday night. Joe Aribo returns to central midfield as Steven Davis drops to the bench. Brandon Barker isn't in the 18-man group in West Lothian, as Scott Arfield replaces him on the right wing.

    Scott Arfield returns to the Rangers XI
    Image caption: Scott Arfield returns to the Rangers XI
  10. LINE-UPS from Celtic Park

    Celtic v Motherwell (15:00)

    Celtic: Forster, Frimpong, Jullien, Ajer, Hayes, Brown, Ntcham, McGregor, Forrest, Elyounoussi, Edouard

    Substitutes: Gordon, Taylor, Bitton, Bauer, Morgan, Christie, Rogic

    Motherwell: Gillespie, Tait, Gallagher, Mugabi, Carroll, Grimshaw, Maguire, Campbell, Polworth, Cole, Long

    Substitutes: Carson, Sloth, Seedorf, Manzinga, Hylton, Scott, Semple

  11. LINE-UPS from the Tony Macaroni Arena

    Livingston v Rangers (15:00)

    Livingston: Sarkic, Odoffin, Lamie, Guthrie, McMillan, Bartley, Crawford, Pittman, Lawless, Lawson, Dykes

    Substitutes: Stewart, Taylor-Sinclair, Jacobs, Souda, Tiffoney, Robinson, Sibbald

    Rangers: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Helander, Barisic, Jack, Kamara, Aribo, Arfield, Kent, Morelos

    Substitutes: Foderingham, Katic, Flanagan, Stewart, Davis, Ojo, Defoe

  12. Good afternoon!

    After four games in the Premiership yesterday produced 20 goals, will we see another couple of goal fests this afternoon?

    Celtic and Rangers have certainly been free-scoring, averaging three goals a game. But Motherwell will aim to stop the champions at Celtic Park, while Livingston will hope to do the same to Rangers at the Tony Macaroni.

    Stick with us for coverage!