Celtic have been flying high in the Scottish Premiership in recent times and some fans are still buzzing off their recent Old Firm victory, thanks to James Forrest.
Of course, Neil Lennon will fancy himself to land the permanent job with the way things are going as he’s managed to get the very best out of his side, with the Scottish Premiership title in sight.
Interestingly, Celtic will welcome Livingstone to Parkhead in their next Scottish Premiership fixture. The Lions managed to secure a convincing victory over Hamilton Academical last time out, so they’ll be full of confidence heading into today’s fixture knowing that they can cause a massive upset.
However, Lennon has a decision to make ahead of kick-off as one of his starters from the Hoops’ last game against St Mirren was a big disappointment. Therefore, the Celtic boss must think about dropping this man…
BENCH OLIVIER NTCHAM
Olivier Ntcham, who is valued at £3.6 million (by Transfermarkt), has struggled to ensure consistency on the field in the current campaign as one of the current letdowns at the club.
And, his performance against St Mirren last time out certainly didn’t change the outlook of his season as he was hugely disappointing in the middle of midfield. It was a very frustrating night for the Frenchman as he missed a penalty in the first half and gave the ball away too often.
Therefore, Lennon simply can’t keep on putting his faith in him if he isn’t going to repay the Celtic boss with quality performances on the field, so he must be dropped today.