Livingston defender Jon Guthrie has claimed it would be “Amazing” for his side to end Rangers unbeaten record this evening.
The Bears travel to the Almondvale Stadium on Wednesday night knowing that three points will put them on the verge of the Scottish Premiership title.
St Johnstone battled their way past Livingston at Hampden Park last weekend, and this is their chance to redeem themselves against Steven Gerrard’s men.
Speaking to the Daily Record, Guthrie has plotted out the perfect route to making up for that defeat in the Scottish League Cup final.
“Would being the first team to beat Rangers make up for losing the final?” he said.
“It would go some way towards it. If we could be the team to put a stop to that record it would be amazing.”
This is exactly the last game Livingston will have wanted after the disappointment of the cup final over the weekend.
What makes it even worst for them, is that the Bears appeared to have overcome their spell of poor performances against the likes of Hamilton.
The Europa League has brought out another animal in this squad, and it is Livi who are set to feel the full brunt of that this evening.
After their great run of form, Livingston have lost three of their last four games, and this appears to be the perfect time to face them.
With the title approaching, Gerrard is going to name a very strong side, and the likes of Guthrie simply won’t be able to handle that.
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