Celtic will look to bounce back from their midweek Champions League defeat to Feyenoord, when they travel to Livingston on Saturday in the Scottish Premiership. We take a look at the most valuable markets on offer in this contest.

Livingston vs Celtic Betting Tips

  • Matt O’Riley to score anytime – 5/2
  • Over 2.5 Celtic goals – EVS

Team news:

Livingston have no fresh injury concerns heading into this game.

Celtic, on the other hand, have a few key absentees to deal with. Defender Cameron Carter-Vickers remains sidelined with a hamstring injury. Also out of action are Stephen Welsh, Liel Abada and Maik Nawrocki.

Matt O’Riley to score anytime at 5/2

Having fended off interest in midfielder Matt O’Riley from Leeds United during the transfer window, Celtic will be delighted with the fact that they stood strong and held on to him.

The Danish Under-21 international has become a key figure at Celtic Park and he has enjoyed a positive start to the season. O’Riley has scored three goals and provided two assists in the Scottish Premiership this term, in just five appearances.

O’Riley is the joint-second top goalscorer in Scotland’s top tier and only teammate Kyogo Furuhashi has scored more than him. The midfielder always gets himself into good scoring positions and that is one of his biggest attributes, as he reads the game so well.

He will look to continue his strong start to the campaign and help his side strengthen their title bid against Livingston this weekend. With the way that he is playing right now, you can’t rule him out of getting on the scoresheet.

Over 2.5 Celtic goals at EVS

Celtic have a habit of taking part in high-scoring games, usually matches that sees them scoring the majority of the goals. This is why we are tipping them to put three past Livingston on Saturday.

Manager Brendan Rodgers possesses the strongest attack in the division and there is more than enough firepower for the Hoops to come away with their fifth win of the campaign. Kyogo, O’Riley and David Turnbull have all experienced good goal returns thus far and they don’t appear to be slowing down any time soon.

Celtic have scored three or more goals in three of their five Scottish Premiership results so far, including last time out against Dundee. It is set up nicely for them to have another productive afternoon in front of goal.

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