The champions will be looking to set the record straight when they travel to the Toni Macaroni Arena this Wednesday to face a Livingston side who are known for being tough to breakdown – particularly on their own turf.

Neil Lennon’s side booked their place in the Scottish Cup semi-final on Sunday after grinding out a 1-0 win against St. Johnstone in Perth.

They battled hard and were rewarded in the 81st minute, where Ryan Christie’s free-kick found its way into the net.

It wasn’t the most glamorous of games by any means – particularly given the state of the pitch – but the Hoops dug deep and returned to winning ways.

Wednesday night now poses a new challenge. Other than Celtic, Gary Holt’s Livingston have been one of the most in-form teams in the Premiership in 2020 (winning four of their seven matches). The Hoops, of course, have yet to drop a single point since returning from the winter break.

This will be the first time Scott Brown and company will have travelled to Livi since the shock 2-0 loss back in October.

We didn’t show up at the races that day and paid the price, but Lennon will hopefully have his players fired up as they march towards another league title.

Win this one and it’ll be their first win at the Toni Macaroni Arena since Livi came back into the league last season.

Here is our Hoops’ predicted XI for Wednesday night’s match.