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Celtic vs St Mirren prediction, odds and free betting tips 02/03/2022

Celtic have not had a good week what with a European exit and dropping points in the Premiership title race. Can they get back to winning ways here? Find out with our Celtic vs St Mirren preview here along with the predictions and free tips we mention along the way.

Celtic vs St Mirren: Our top betting tips

Check out our match predictions for the big game.

These odds from Ladbrokes were correct at the time of writing.

Celtic to win without conceding

Celtic have had the best defence in the Premiership this season; they’ve conceded just 17 goals in 28 league games. As a matter of fact, Celtic have allowed just four goals in 13 home games this season; they did not concede in 10 of those 13 home games, and they won nine of those 13 home games whilst not conceding. Furthermore, Celtic have dominated St Mirren in the past; they’ve won 16 of their last 20 meetings with St Mirren, losing just once. Considering St Mirren did not score a single goal in their last three clashes with Celtic; we’re making the prediction that Celtic will win whilst keeping a clean sheet.

Bhoys to lead at the interval

Firstly, we would like to point out that Celtic have no losses in their last 22 league games; we would also like to mention that they have conceded most of their goals in the second half. As a matter of fact, the Bhoys allowed just one goal at half-time in all of their last 14 league games; they have no losses at half-time in their last 22 league games. Additionally, Celtic led at half-time in seven of their last nine league games; they scored at least two goals at half-time in those seven games. It’s also fair to point out that Celtic led at half-time in five of their last seven encounters with St Mirren; and on that note, we’re backing Celtic to lead at half-time.

Backing under 3.5 goals

We’ve already established that Celtic have had the best defence in the Premiership this season; it’s also worth noting that they’ve been the highest scoring team in the league. The Bhoys have scored 60 goals in 28 league games; their games tend to be high-scoring as a result of their goal scoring ability. Six of Celtic’s last eight games went above the 2.5 goal mark; considering six of the last seven meetings between these teams went over 2.5, we should expect some goals here.

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Celtic vs St Mirren: Team News

Celtic

Celtic followed their Europa Conference League loss with a disappointing draw at Hibernian last weekend; they’ve now won just one of their last four games in all competitions. Ange Postecoglou’s men will hope to improve their poor recent form with a win here; all eyes will be on Liel Abada.

St Mirren

St Mirren’s eight match unbeaten run ended when they faced Hearts last weekend; that game was Steve Robinson’s first game in charge since Jim Goodwin left. Steve Robinson will be hunting for his first win as his side takes on league leaders Celtic; he’ll call on Eamonn Brophy to deliver the goals.

The final word on Celtic vs St Mirren

Celtic vs St Mirren prediction

  • Who are the bookies favourites? Celtic
  • When is kick off? 19:45 GMT
  • Where is the game being played? Celtic Park