Celtic head to McDiarmid Park Perth this weekend as they aim to keep up their impressive run of form in the Scottish Premiership.

Ange Postecoglou's side are currently nine points clear of Rangers in the title race and they will be aiming to extend this gap, depending on how their rivals get on a day earlier against Ross County.

It will be a tough test for Celtic however, with Saints having ended a run of seven straight defeats in midweek with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Motherwell at Fir Park.

Here are all the details of the match that you need to know...

When is St Johnstone vs Celtic?

St Johnstone welcome Celtic to McDiarmid Park TODAY on Sunday, February 5.

The match will kick-off at 12pm in Perth.

Is St Johnstone vs Celtic live on television?

Yes. The match will be shown live on Sky Sports. Coverage will begin at 11am on Sky Sports Football.

Alternatively, you can watch the match on Sky Sports Main Event from kick-off at 12pm.

St Johnstone and Celtic team news

Zak Rudden could make his St Johnstone debut following his loan move from Dundee while Nicky Clark will also be available after his appeal against his Ibrox red card accepted. Ryan McGowan is out with a groin issue while Murray Davidson and Chris Kane are working their way back to fitness after their injury lay-offs.

Celtic right-back Anthony Ralston is back training following a back injury but is not ready to return to playing action. Goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist remains sidelined with a minor calf injury.

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