Celtic are currently in the middle of an international break in the aftermath of a run of results which saw the Hoops reach the last 32 of the Europa League and remain at the top of the Premiership table.
However, when the team returns to action next Saturday, they will be looking to right a few wrongs when they take on Livingston.
Livingston are, of course, the only team to defeat the Hoops in the league so far this season. Celtic slumped to a 2-0 loss on the plastic pitch of the Tony Macaroni stadium last month. It was a poor day for the Hoops, and some players who didn’t have the best of games will be eager to prove a point when the sides meet at Celtic Park.
Sending-off arguably changed game
One such player is Ryan Christie. He was sent-off for a foul on Scott Robinson in the first-half. Arguably that changed the game, as it ensured that Celtic were always on the back foot for the rest of the game.
He will want to put on a good display against Livingston to show what could have been had he not been sent-off in the defeat.
Centre-back struggled in defeat
Another player is Christopher Jullien. So far, Jullien has been excellent for the Hoops. He has starred in wins over Rangers and Lazio. However, he has had one poor game since joining the Hoops. That was against Livingston. He found it very difficult to cope with their striker Lyndon Dykes, who scored in the game.
He will be eager to win the battle when he once more faces the Livingston attacker. Celtic have not looked back since the loss to Livingston. It seemed to shake the side out of any complacency, and the Hoops have won every match they have played since then.
That will not stop Jullien and Christie in particular, from wanting to right some wrongs when the Hoops play Livingston at Celtic Park.