CELTIC’S Premiership game against St Mirren in Paisley, due for next month, has been switched to February.
The fixture has been rearranged to accommodate Jim Goodwin’s side’s Betfred League Cup semi-final following their 3-2 win over Steven Gerrard’s Ibrox outfit last week.
The encounter against the champions was scheduled for Sunday, January 24, but Saints take on Livingston in their last-four confrontation that weekend.
And it means the Hoops’ trip to the Smisa Stadium will now take place on Wednesday, February 10 with a 7.45pm kick-off. The match will be shown live on Sky Sports.
It means the Parkhead side have just two more games to be rearranged, with outings against Aberdeen and the Paisley club still to be given new dates since being cancelled for coronavirus concerns, according to a report in Glasgow Live.
Celtic will face five league fixtures during February, with the possibility of two to be added.
They’ll start with a trip to Kilmarnock on February 3, before facing Motherwell in Glasgow three days later. The St Mirren clash is now on the tenth before a Perth meeting with St Johnstone on February 13.
The fifth round of the Scottish Cup is due to take place on February 20 before Neil Lennon’s side complete the month with a game against Aberdeen at Parkhead.