A wretched 3-0 defeat at Wolves on Saturday left them 10th in the Premier League and 11 points adrift of the top four. Jurgen Klopp refused to defend his misfiring side after a third straight top-flight away defeat - the first time it has happened in the Premier League since 2012. Alisson was beaten by Joel Matip's own goal after five minutes before Craig Dawson struck seven minutes later.
The reigning Premier League champions face Antonio Conte’s inconsistent Spurs side
On a difficult surface, Saints defender Andrew Considine turned a Kyogo Furuhashi cross into his own net in the 13th minute and the Japan striker added a second before Drey Wright pulled a goal back before the break. Midfielder Aaron Mooy restored Celtic's two-goal lead in the 38th minute, with Considine sent off by referee David Dickinson in added time at the end for a pull on Oh Hyeon-gyu at the edge of the box and David Turnbull adding the fourth following a short free-kick. Postecoglou's side have lost once in 25 league games this season and moved back nine points ahead of chasing Rangers.