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Three (3) key Celtic Fc player to miss Livingston vs Celtic match on sunday



This weekend, Celtic is back in the Scottish Premiership, which is nice after a short international break.

Now that the season is getting close to the end, there are only eight league games left to decide who wins the title.

Rangers, who are a rival, have a game in hand and play first on Saturday, before Celtic’s trip to Livingston on Sunday. Brendan Rodgers’ team is currently on top of the table.

With only two derby games left, the race is very close, and everyone knows that the Bhoys can’t afford to lose any more points.

After the Scottish FA’s decision on Thursday, we already knew that Rodgers would have to serve a touchline ban in West Lothian. Now we have a picture of how the manager’s team is coming together for the big away game.

News about the Celtic team vs. Livingston

Three (3) key Celtic Fc player to miss Livingston vs Celtic match on sunday

Rodgers was in the media this Good Friday afternoon and stated that Reo Hatate is fully healthy and ready to play again after being out for a long time with an injury.

Hatate got hurt again while playing for Japan in an international game at the beginning of the year. He missed a lot of the season before that.

This season, he’s only played 11 times under Rodgers. On Sunday, he could play his 12th.

Also, the manager stated that Callum McGregor will not play against Livingston. He will be back in training next week, though, and is likely to play against Rangers at Ibrox.

Luis Palma will also miss out on Livingston, even though his injury recovery is going well. Celts probably don’t want to take any chances with Hyunjun Yang, who Rodgers says has returned from South Korea duty with some “tightness.”

The team is in pretty good shape going into this last set of games, with Cameron Carter-Vickers also using the break to get fitter.

At this point, no one is expected to be out for a long time, and those who are getting treatment will be able to return to work soon.

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