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10:55 AM11 days ago

FULL TIME

Kyogo and Maeda score in Celtic's Scottish Cup win over St. Mirren as Celtic progress.
10:53 AM11 days ago

+3

Three minutes added
10:50 AM11 days ago

85'

O'Riley shoots over from edge of the box.
10:47 AM11 days ago

80'

 A stramash in the Celtic box following a corner comes to nothing
10:41 AM11 days ago

77'

Olusanya and Ayunga on for Mandron and Kiltie
10:39 AM11 days ago

75'

Kuhn and Oh on for Kyogo and Maeda as scorers come off
10:37 AM11 days ago

74'

Hart been tested a couple of times but comfortable saves from the Celtic No.1...
10:34 AM11 days ago

71'

Scott fires past from tight angle
10:30 AM11 days ago

67'

Yellow Card! Card for Bernabei
10:24 AM11 days ago

62'

Yang and Bernardo on for Idah and Palma
10:23 AM11 days ago

59'

Kiltie heads wide in home side's first chance of the half
10:14 AM11 days ago

53' - GOOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAL!

FROM CELTIC! Maeda scores the visitors' second and they extend their lead at The Smisa: 2-0 against St. Mirren.
10:12 AM11 days ago

50'

Celts win corner after excellent pressing...
10:12 AM11 days ago

46'

Idah just misses after Ralston plays the ball into the middle following quickly-takenfree-kick..
10:06 AM11 days ago

RESTARTS!

Back underway for the second-half!
9:53 AM11 days ago

HALF-TIME

End of first half: St. Mirren 0-1 Celtic
9:49 AM11 days ago

45’

Welsh down injured after collision with post...
9:48 AM11 days ago

44’

Excellent one-handed save from Hart following Gogic overhead kick...
9:44 AM11 days ago

40’

Idah and Kyogo involved in tidy move that ends with another close call for Maeda as keeper saves...
9:40 AM11 days ago

36’

Idah swivels in box and shot is blocked for corner
9:38 AM11 days ago

33’

Maeda just fails to head ball from Palma cross and McGregor fires wide
9:37 AM11 days ago

31’

The post! Celtic's attack is promising, but the shot hits the post before going out for a corner
9:32 AM11 days ago

26’

Kyogo ball just fails to reach Idah. Celts looking a lot more complosed now
9:28 AM11 days ago

22’

Home side still making a game of it...
9:21 AM11 days ago

15’ - GOOOOOOAAAAAAL

FROM CELTIC! Kyogo appears to score and open the scoring for Celtic against St. Mirren: 1-0
9:19 AM11 days ago

10’

Idah does well but ball just goes out for by-kick
9:11 AM11 days ago

8’

Home side force a corner
9:11 AM11 days ago

4’

Celts win a corner.., but the ball is eventiually cleared
9:05 AM11 days ago

START THE GAME

The ball is rolling 
9:05 AM11 days ago

Lineups

Celtic: Hart, Ralston, Welsh, Scales, Bernabei, O'Riley, McGregor, Palma, Kyogo, Idah, Maeda.

Subs: Bain, Kühn, Yang, Nawrocki, Oh, Tomoki, Bernardo, Vata, Kelly.

 

8:57 AM11 days ago

5 minutes

Five minutes to go
8:50 AM11 days ago

How arrived the teams

With momentum back on their side, St. Mirren will now be looking to avenge last season's fifth-round defeat to Celtic and end a run of six games without a win against the visitors to secure their own place in this season's quarter-finals.

Now, after a hard-fought 2-1 win against Hibernian thanks to two Adam Idah penalties, with the winning goal not coming until the 92nd minute, Celtic will be looking to get back to their best soon, hoping to be successful on all domestic fronts once again this year and will be looking to show their quality and progress to the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup in style on Sunday.

8:38 AM11 days ago

Celtic

Brendan Rodgers' side began their bid to retain the title in the fourth round last month, when fifth-tier Buckie Thistle traveled to Celtic Park and progressed with a dominant victory, running out 5-0 winners, with Paulo Bernardo, Odin Thiago Holm, Kyogo Furuhashi, Luis Palma and Rocco Vata all scoring.

However, the Scottish Premiership leaders go into the weekend with a slightly tougher campaign to defend their title, despite having dropped just two points in their last three games. First, they beat Ross County 1-0 at home after their cup win, and then drew 1-1 with Aberdeen, who equalized through Nicolas Kuhn 15 minutes into the second half.

8:37 AM11 days ago

2022/23

After beating St. Mirren in the fifth round last season, Celtic went on to beat Hearts and rivals Rangers, as well as winning the Scottish Championship last season, before beating Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3-1 in the final.
8:36 AM11 days ago

Celtictowards winning their 42nd Scottish Cup title

It won't be an easy task, however, as the defending champions aim to take another step towards winning their 42nd Scottish Cup title this season.
8:27 AM11 days ago

Current campaign

The new cup campaign began in the fourth round in January, when third division Queen of the South visited Paisley and although Stephen Robinson's side managed to progress with a win and a clean sheet, it wasn't very convincing, with Alex Gogic's 71st minute goal making the only difference between the sides.

That win was followed by a 1-0 defeat at home to Rangers, but since then the Saints have bounced back impressively with two wins in a row to take fifth place in the Scottish Premiership, first beating Hibernian 3-0 in Edinburgh and, more recently, beating Dundee 2-0 at home thanks to second-half goals from Mikael Mandron and Toyosi Olusanya.

8:17 AM11 days ago

2022-23 St. Mirren’s Campaign

In fact, the 2022-23 campaign was brought to an abrupt end with a 5-1 defeat to Celtic in Glasgow last February, with Mark O'Hara's 87th-minute penalty only a consolation.
8:15 AM11 days ago

St. Mirren

St. Mirren go into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup at the weekend aiming to return to the quarter-finals, having been knocked out at this stage by Celtic last season, after reaching the quarter-finals in the previous three campaigns.
8:10 AM11 days ago

The Simsa

This Sunday, February 11, 2024, at 11:00 BST, St. Mirren and Celtic take to the field in the 5th round of the Scottish Cup at The Smisa Stadium.
8:05 AM11 days ago

1 HOUR

One hour to go until the Scottish Cup match between St. Mirren and Celtic
8:00 AM11 days ago

Where and how to watch St. Mirren vs Celtic on TV in real time?

St. Mirren vs Celtic

Scottish Cup

Date: Sunday, February 11, 2024;

Time: 09 a.m. ET

Venue: The Smisa Stadium, New St Mirren Park, in Paisley, Scotland;

Where to watch: Not broadcast in Brazil

7:55 AM11 days ago

When is the St Mirren vs Celtic match, how to watch it LIVE and in real time?

The Scottish Cup match between St. Mirren and Celtic kicks off at 11 a.m. (Brasília time) at The Smisa Stadium, New St Mirren Park, Paisley, Scotland. The match will not be broadcast live in Brazil. You can watch it all here on VAVEL Brasil.
7:50 AM11 days ago

St. Mirren's probable line-up

Hemming; Bolton, Gogic, Fraser; Bwomono, Kwon, Boyd-Munce, Tanser; Scott, Mandron, Kiltie
7:45 AM11 days ago

Celtic's probable line-up

Hart; Johnston, Welsh, Narowcki, Bernabei; Bernardo, Holm, Vata; Kuhn, Idah, Palma
7:40 AM11 days ago

Celtic want to get back to their best soon

Now, after a hard-fought 2-1 win against Hibernian, thanks to two Adam Idah penalties, with the winning goal not coming until the 92nd minute, Celtic are looking to get back to their best soon, hoping to succeed on all domestic fronts once again this year and will be looking to show their quality and progress to the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup in style on Sunday.
7:35 AM11 days ago

Celtic

It won't be an easy task, however, as the defending champions aim to take another step towards winning their 42nd Scottish Cup title this season.

After thrashing St. Mirren in the fifth round last season, Celtic went on to beat Hearts and rivals Rangers, as well as winning the Scottish Premiership last season, before beating Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3-1 in the final.

Brendan Rodgers' side began their bid to retain the title in the fourth round last month when fifth-tier Buckie Thistle traveled to Celtic Park and progressed with a dominant 5-0 victory, with Paulo Bernardo, Odin Thiago Holm, Kyogo Furuhashi, Luis Palma and Rocco Vata all scoring.

However, the Scottish Premiership leaders go into the weekend with a slightly tougher campaign to defend their title, despite having dropped just two points in their last three games. First, they beat Ross County 1-0 at home after their cup win, and then drew 1-1 with Aberdeen, who equalized through Nicolas Kuhn 15 minutes into the second half.

Celtic
Celtic

 

7:30 AM11 days ago

St. Mirren will now be looking to avenge

With momentum back on their side, St. Mirren will now be looking to avenge last season's fifth-round defeat to Celtic and end a run of six games without a win against the visitors to secure their own place in this season's quarter-finals.
7:25 AM11 days ago

St. Mirren

St. Mirren go into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup at the weekend aiming to return to the quarter-finals, having been knocked out at this stage by Celtic last season, after reaching the last eight in the previous three campaigns.

In fact, the 2022-23 campaign was brought to an abrupt end with a 5-1 defeat to Celtic in Glasgow last February, with Mark O'Hara's 87th-minute penalty only a consolation.

The new cup campaign began in the fourth round in January, when third division Queen of the South visited Paisley and, although Stephen Robinson's side managed to advance with a win and a clean sheet, it wasn't very convincing, with Alex Gogic's 71st minute goal making the only difference between the teams.

That win was followed by a 1-0 defeat at home to Rangers, but since then the Saints have bounced back impressively with two wins in a row to take fifth place in the Scottish Premiership, first beating Hibernian 3-0 in Edinburgh and, more recently, beating Dundee 2-0 at home thanks to second-half goals from Mikael Mandron and Toyosi Olusanya.

7:20 AM11 days ago

TIME AND PLACE!

Prediction for the match between St Mirren and Celtic Glasgow. The match starts on February 11 at 11:00 AM local time. Both teams are certainly determined to win this match. We, for our part, are looking forward to the start of this exciting duel.

Looking at the 42 meetings between St Mirren and Celtic Glasgow, St Mirren have triumphed in 4 matches, while Celtic Glasgow have been victorious 34 times. Draws account for 4 of those games.

In the last 10 games, our team has posted solid results: 5 wins, 4 losses and 1 draw. During these encounters, 11 goals have been scored and the team has shown a stable defensive game, with an average of 0.7 goals conceded per game. Especially impressive is the team's performance in their home stadium, where they have an average of 0.7 goals.

The away team have recorded 8 wins and 1 loss in their last 10 games. They have scored a total of 21 goals, conceding an average of 0.6 goals per game. At home, their average number of goals scored is 2.

7:15 AM11 days ago

Welcome to the St. Mirren vs Celtic live stream

Hello, soccer lovers! It's now time for the decisive Scottish Cup match between two teams: St. Mirren on one side. On the other is Celtic. Follow all the action between the teams here, in real time on VAVEL Brasil.
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