#URUGUAYOS ESCOCIA🏴 Celtic - Livingston. DIEGO LAXALT🇺🇾 aparece entre los suplentes del local en el marco del partido por la Fecha 34 de Premiership. El equipo del ex Defensor se encuentra 2º a 20 puntos del 1ero (Rangers). El partido va a las 11:00hs (hora uruguaya)
🗣 'Rangers are miles ahead of Celtic at the moment...' Kenny Dalglish warns #CelticFC transition needs to be quick. - With @ArnoldClark
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