AFTER exacting revenge on Cluj in the Europa League midweek, Neil Lennon's Celtic are back in domestic action this weekend and are up against Livingston.

Gary Holt's side have lost their last four Premiership fixtures - including a 2-1 defeat to Hamilton last weekend - and will be hoping to pull off an upset against the champions.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of the match.

Where is the game being played?

The match will take place at the Tony Macaroni Arena.

When does it kick-off?

The game will get underway at midday on Sunday 6 October.

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Is it on TV?

Yes. Sky Sports Football are broadcasting the match live with their coverage beginning at 11am, and Sky Sports Main Event will be showing the game from 11:30am.

What are the pre-match odds?

The visitors are the heavy favourites to leave West Lothian with all three points, with most  bookies offering odds of around 3/11 for a win for Lennon's side. If you fancy Livingston to end their recent run of defeats and beat the champions, they can be backed at around 14/1.

What's the latest team news?

Lennon is expected to make a few changes to his starting XI from the team that beat Cluj on Thursday evening. Olivier Ntcham could return to the starting line-up after coming off the bench against Cluj while Leigh Griffiths has been ruled out of the matchday squad by the Celtic boss. Lyndon Dykes is unlikely to feature for the home side, while Chris Erskine and Scott Pittman will not take part.