Watch a live stream from St Johnstone against Celtic as the champions try to maintain their hopes for a slim title

Celtic will try to keep hopes of a slim Scottish Premier League title alive when they face St Compete for Johnstone

Neil Lennon’s team has a game against Rangers in their hands, but winning that match would still leave them 15 points behind the top spot.It has long been a question of when and not if Rangers will seal the championship, but this does not mean that Celtic has nothing to play in the rest of the campaign

For starters, Lennon is likely fighting for his job.He has come under significant pressure already this term, and some expect him to be replaced this summer regardless of what happens between now and May, however, it’s clear that one strong end of the campaign would increase his chances of staying on the Parkhead Hot Seat

In general, Celtic won’t want to fall to a disappointing ending. In some ways, the battle for next season’s title is starting now and the Bhoys should try to make a statement in the remaining games that the goal should be to get this close to the Rangers as possible to come

St Johnstone faces some key weeks ahead of the Callum Davidson team is seven points ahead of the bottom two, but relegation is not entirely an option. The more positive is that the Saints are only two points behind the top six.The annual split will be after 33 Game round take place, and St Johnstone still has a chance of a top-half finish

Celtic will be without Christopher Jullien and James Forrest, but Ryan Christie has recovered from an ankle injury

Murray Davidson is out with a calf injury, but St Johnstone hopes to have him available for the Scottish League Cup final by the end of the month

Kick-off is at 12pm GMT and the game will be shown on the Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football in the UK See details of where you are below

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