Read the Celtic v Forfar Farmington programme now


Celtic return to K-Park for just the second home match of the season as they host Forfar Farmington in the penultimate match ahead of the winter break.

Despite back-to-back defeats, Farmington arrive a dangerous challenge to the hosts who are on the hunt for a fifth victory in a row, and you can read the manager's pre-match thoughts now.

"The last four wins in a row really helps the mood in camp, especially considering that two of those teams are some of the top teams in the country. We’ve managed to keep a cleansheet against three of the four and the only two goals we conceded were from set plays, so it gives us a lot of confidence in our defensive shape.

"I saw Forfar’s game against Rangers and I think they look like a very dangerous team - they defend well with numbers and are very dangerous on the counter attack. Even at 2-0 down they kept pushing, scored and had two or three clear chances to equalise before Rangers killed the game at the end, so I obviously expect another very tough game.

"Like the last games, if we are not at our very best it will be difficult to get something from it. They have a clear style, are good at it and have a mix of players with experience in international football and some young players with great physical attributes so it will be a tough game. With it being a home game we need to try and get the win, but it is never easy.

"The game being live is great for us and the league. It’s great to be able to watch the games with live commentary and it gets fans engaged and motivates the girls even more so I’m delighted that the game is on TV."

Read the full programme here and watch live on the BBC Sport Scotland website.

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