Skipper Scott Brown is confident there will be a positive reaction after Celtic lost their lead to Rangers at the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership on Sunday.
Rangers went top of the Ladbrokes Premiership for the first time this season after a 5-0 victory over Hamilton.
Neil Lennon’s fears were justified as Celtic lost to Livingston for the first time in a 2-0 defeat at the Tony Macaroni Arena.
Ryan Christie was sent off as Celtic lost their first Ladbrokes Premiership game of the season at Livingston.
Ryan Christie wants Celtic to retain their status as Ladbrokes Premiership leaders when they travel to Livingston on Sunday.
Gary Holt admits results have been “dire” for Livingston and he insists they must start turning performances into points.
Gary Holt has urged Livingston to focus on their own game-plan as they bid to cause a massive upset against Celtic on Sunday.
Neil Lennon warned of a “dangerous” trip to Livingston as he looks for Celtic to go into the international break still top of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice admitted his side’s first win in six games would serve as a morale booster but insisted he had not been overly concerned about their recent form.
Brian Rice praised Ross Cunningham’s composure as Hamilton earned their first win in six attempts against Livingston.
Ross Cunningham converted a late penalty to hand Hamilton a 2-1 Ladbrokes Premiership victory over Livingston.
Hamilton striker George Oakley is suspended for the Ladbrokes Premiership encounter with Livingston.
Livingston midfielder Marvin Bartley senses that belief in the squad is growing as they look to play more football.
Livingston manager Gary Holt refused to get involved in a war of words with Rangers counterpart Steven Gerrard.
An early deflected goal from Glen Kamara proved enough to send Rangers past Livingston and into the Betfred Cup semi-finals.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes expects to have talismanic striker Sam Cosgrove in contention to line up against Hearts in Wednesday’s Betfred Cup quarter-final.
Derek McInnes has hailed the resilience of injury-ravaged Aberdeen after they ‘fought fire with fire’ to defeat Livingston 2-0 in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Andrew Considine and Sam Cosgrove were the heroes for injury-ravaged Aberdeen as the Dons rode their luck to claim a 2-0 win over Livingston.
Livingston midfielder Scott Pittman is back running after injury but Saturday’s Ladbrokes Premiership visit of Aberdeen is likely to come too soon for him.
Niall McGinn spoke of a “great week” of football ahead for Aberdeen as they prepare for the first of three consecutive away fixtures.