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”Full time: Livingston 0-3 CelticScottish Premiership: Despite being down to 10 men for over an hour, Celtic have run out comfortable winners against Livingston. Reo Hatete put the Scottish champions ahead from the spot before they lost Joe Hart to a red card. Matt O’Riley made it 2-0 shortly after half-time, before Daizen Maeda rounded things off with a beauty deep in added time. Celtic’s Matt O’Riley (right) receives the congratulations of his teammates after scoring his side’s second goal against Livingston. Manchester City 2-0 Nottingham Forest, Luton 1-1 Wolves: clockwatch – as it happenedKey eventsShow key events onlyPlease turn on JavaScript to use this featureChampionship: Norwich trail Plymouth Argyle 2-0 at Home Park, where Dan Scarr has just doubled the Pilgrims’ lead. Meanwhile at the New York Stadium, Rotherham lead table-toppers Preston 1-0, with Jordan Hugill scoring against his former club. League Two: An interesting scoreline from the fourth division, where Stockport County are hammering Wrexham at Edgeley Park. “Check out these ties, only one of which is not an actual first round fixture happening today. Banks O’Dee v Dalbeattie Star, Caledonian Braves v Fraserburgh, Camelon Juniors v Civil Service Strollers, Clachnacuddin v Inverurie Loco Works, Dundonald Bluebell v Kilwinning Rangers, Gala Fairydean Rovers v Strathspey Thistle, Golspie Sutherland v Forres Mechanics and Tampa Bay Rowdies v New York Cosmos. Photograph: Alex Broadway/Getty ImagesManchester City v Nottingham Forest line-upsManchester City: Ederson, Walker, Akanji, Dias, Gvardiol, Matheus Luiz, Rodri, Foden, Alvarez, Doku, Haaland. Subs: Phillips, Ake, Grealish, Ortega, Gomez, Carson, Bobb, Lewis. Nottingham Forest: Turner, Boly, Niakhate, Mangala, Aurier, Sangare, Aina, Tavares, Dominguez, Gibbs-White, Awoniyi. Subs: Worrall, Kouyate, Wood, Hudson-Odoi, Elanga, Yates, Vlachodimos, Origi, Montiel. Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)Some Manchester City fans get their bearings at the Etihad Campus. Photograph: Adam Vaughan/EPACrystal Palace v Fulham line-upsCrystal Palace: Johnstone, Ward, Andersen, Guehi, Mitchell, Doucoure, Hughes, Ayew, Eze, Schlupp, Edouard. Subs: Holding, Mateta, Clyne, Ebiowei, Richards, Henderson, Matthews, Riedewald, Rak-Sakyi. Fulham: Leno, Robinson, Diop, Ream, Castagne, Reed, Joao Palhinha, Andreas Pereira, Reid, Jimenez, Willian. Subs: Rodak, Bassey, Wilson, Cairney, Ballo-Toure, Rodrigo Muniz, Iwobi, Vinicius, Francois. Referee: Paul Tierney (Lancashire)Selhurst Park, where Crystal Palace host their fellow mid-table side Fulham this afternoon. Photograph: Tom Dulat/Getty ImagesManchester City: Pep Guardiola has said he will not be kept awake at night by Erling Haaland’s missed chances in Manchester City’s past two matches and insisted the striker should not be criticised for his profligacy. Nicolas Dominguez makes his debut for Nottingham Forest and is one of five players to come into Steve Coopers side following their draw with Burnley on Monday night. Willy Boly, Serge Aurier, Moussa Niakhate and Nuno Tavares also come into the Forest line-up. Luton Town v Wolverhampton WanderersLuton Town: Kaminski, Kabore, Burke, Lockyer, Bell, Sambi Lokonga, Nakamba, Doughty, Brown, Morris, Ogbene. Subs: Andersen, Berry, Woodrow, Adebayo, Chong, Mengi, Mpanzu, Krul, Giles. Wolves: Jose Sa, Nelson Semedo, Dawson, Kilman, Ait Nouri, Joao Gomes, Lemina, Hwang, Bellegarde, Pedro Neto, Matheus Cunha. Subs: Doherty, Traore, Silva, Hugo Bueno, Kalajdzic, Doyle, Sarabia, Gomes, Bentley. Referee: Josh Smith (Lincolnshire)Luton Town host Wolves at Kenilworth Road, hoping to halt a run of four consecutive Premier League defeats since winning promotion from the Championship. Bobby De Cordova-Reid also comes into Marco Silva’s side, with Harry Wilson making do with a spot on the bench. Return of the Jedi: Antonee Robinson (center) is back in Fulham’s starting line-up after missing their defeat at the hands of Aston Villa through injury. Photograph: Dave Thompson/APManchester City v Nottingham Forest: In the absence of the injured Bernardo Silva, Matheus Nunes makes his first start for Manchester City in the only change from the team that beat West Ham last weekend. Photograph: Jeff Holmes/PALuton Town v Wolves: Rob Edwards makes two changes to the team that started against Fulham last weekend. Alfie Doughty and Chiedozie Ogbene come into the side in place of Mads Andersen and Tahith Chong. Wolves manager Gary O’Neil keeps faith with the side that played so well against Liverpool in the first half of their game at Molineux last weekend, before folding faster than Superman on laundry day in the second half. Crystal Palace v Fulham: Roy Hodgson will be back in his technical area this afternoon after missing last weekend’s defeat at the hands of Aston Villa through illness. He recalls Marc Guehi, who was absent from that game through injury. Chris Richards makes way and is among the subs. USA international Antonee Robinson returns to the Fulham side after missing last weekend’s win over Luton through injury. He’s in for Kenny Tete, who isn’t in today’s matchday squad. Photograph: Andrew Kearns/CameraSport/Getty ImagesManchester City 0-0 Nottingham Forest: City win an early free-kick for a foul on Erling Haaland just outside the Forest penalty area. Julian Alvaraz tries his luck but it’s an easy save for Matt Turner. Julian Alvarez (left) puts his free-kick around the wall but not past Forest keeper Matt Turner. Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty ImagesMatch report: Livingston 0-3 CelticScottish Premiership: Reo Hatate’s penalty and second-half goals from Matt O’Riley and Daizen Maeda helped Celtic to a 3-0 win at Livingston despite losing Joe Hart to a first-half red card. Peeeeeeeeep! Our three o’clock kick-offs are under way. An email: “As well as Dundee United’s trip to the Highlands to face Inverness in the Scottish Championship, it’s the Scottish Cup first round today and there are plenty of names to conjure with as the little guys dream of Hampden, ” writes Simon McMahon. Ipswich vs Wolves: TV channel, live stream, team news and kick-off timeLeague leaders Wolves make two changes with Alfred N'Diaye and Helder Costa coming in as they look to get title charge back on track in NorfolkPublished: 16:11, 27 Jan 2018Updated: 16:12, 27 Jan 2018WOLVES will look to extend their lead at the top of the Championship as they travel to face play-off chasing Ipswich. Despite a second home defeat of the season last time out to Nottingham Forest, Wolves are still nine points clear of Derby in second. 3 Diego Jota pulled Wolves level in the 66th minute against SwanseaCredit: Getty Images - Getty CLAIM YOUR FREE £30 BET Check out this new sign up offer from Sun Bets The Tractor Boys have done brilliantly this season on a shoestring budget and have made Portman Road a fortress as they look to keep up pace with the top six. Will Unwin reports …Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has rushed to the defence of his misfiring striker Erling Haaland, who has scored just … em, eight goals in nine appearances so far this season. Photograph: Marc Atkins/Getty ImagesScottish Premiership: Celtic lead Livingston 2-0 early in the second half of their match in West Lothian but are down to 10 men after losing goalkeeper Joe Hart to a first half red card for a rash challenge on Mohammed Sangare as the duo contested a long ball played towards the Celtic penalty area. Scott Bain came off the bench to replace Hart in the Celtic goal, with James Forrest the outfield player to maked way for the substitute goalkeeper. Celtic were a goal up when Hart got his marching orders but doubled their lead through Matt O’Riley shortly after half-time. They're six points from the play-offs but would stay in the race with a win here. 3 Callum Connolly celebrates scoring the opening Ipswich goal against ReadingCredit: Getty Images - Getty What time is kick-off? THIS one will take place on Saturday, January 27 at Portman Road. Kick-off is at the traditional time of 3pm. What channel can I watch it on? YOU won't be able to watch this one live in the UK. But stick with us here on SunSport where we will be running a LIVE BLOG, with analysis and reaction to follow the final whistle. 3 Ipswich defeated Derby 1-0 through an early header by Callum ConnollyCredit: Rex Features 💰How to win £1MILLION with Sun Six💰 SUN SIX is the new predictor game where you can win £1million - just by correctly picking the results of six games. Here is how to get your mitts on the million: Make your picks - predict the scores from these six games Enter your details - quickly sign up to Sun Bets so we can contact you Score £1m - Watch the scores roll in and you can win £1m Top pundits IAN WRIGHT and DANNY HIGGINBOTHAM have made their picks for this week if you need a steer. Wolverhampton Wanderers - BBC Sport Gary O'Neil and the Wolves players should be being apologised to. We shouldn't be trying to find reasons or excuses as to why they've given this. "You can see ... Carabao Cup third-round preview: Team news, free match 8 hours ago — Carabao Cup third round LIVE! (7.45pm unless stated) · Bradford vs Middlesbrough · Exeter City vs Luton Town · Ipswich Town vs Wolves · Mansfield ... ᐉ Ipswich Town vs Wolves Live Stream, Tip » How to watch 4 days ago — Watch the match live​​ The Ipswich Town v Wolverhampton Wanderers live stream video is scheduled for broadcast on 25/09/2023. Fans of both clubs ...


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