STJ vs Celtic FC


The Scottish League is taking place with a fairly dense density, when the St. Johnstone is playing the 3rd match in a row within 7 days, ie, less than 3 days on average. This makes the home team as well as many other teams in Scotland affected by not having a squad thick enough to turn around.

Despite being quite busy with schedules, St. Johnstone still performed relatively well with 2/3 of the wins and received only 1 defeat. If calculated from the time of the Winter Break, the home team only lost the last 1/8 match in all arenas, including 4 wins and 3 draws. At the Scottish League, St. Johnstone temporarily rose to 8th place in the rankings with 23 points, 5 points more than the red light team and played less than 2 matches.

Rival of St. Johnstone in the match tonight is the big Celtic, the team is very good point for the championship race. At this time, Celtic is at the top of the table with 58 points, 5 points more than the team chasing Rangers and playing more than 1 match. If you want to continue to maintain this gap, the task of teachers and Neil Lennon is to continue to maintain the inspiration of victory.

2 matches in less than a week, Celtic won both professionally and Asian handicap. Going further, Celtic only received 1 defeat, the remaining 7 wins in the last 8 matches. Away from home, teachers and coach Neil Lennon also won 3 recent matches, including 2 matches with a handicap of 0: 1 1/2 similar to this match.

History also records the overwhelming Celtic over St. Johnstone, as evidenced by the first leg they had a 7-0 destruction victory. Further, Celtic have won the last 6 confrontations. Not to mention, recently marching to the yard of St. Johnstone and 0: 1 1/2 handicap similar to this match, Celtic had a jubilant victory 6-0.  




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