Livingston striker Steven Craig believes his side can pull off a shock against Celtic in the Tennents Scottish Cup.
The First Division side play host to the red-hot favourites for the cup in Sunday's clash, live on Sky Sports 1 and top scorer Craig is looking forward to locking horns with the Scottish giants and is confident Livingston can repeat Clyde's stunning Scottish Cup success over Celtic last season.
"I can't wait for the game, it is going to be a massive occasion," Craig told skysports.com. "It is a one-off game in front of the television cameras and in front of a big crowd at Almondvale.
"I believe we have a big chance to pull off a shock as anything can happen in the cup. We are definitely encouraged by Clyde's win last season and we need to stand up and be counted."
Craig believes all the pressure is on Celtic going into the clash and he insists all the Livi squad are looking forward to the tie.
"We have nothing to lose really as Celtic are expected to win," added Craig. "All the pressure is on them as they are champions and the best team in Scotland.
"Everyone in the squad is excited about the game and we are going to go out there and see what happens. If Celtic have an off day and we play to our capabilities we feel we can win.
"We have no fear of facing Celtic."
Craig has not enjoyed much luck against Celtic in his career having never beaten them or scored against them previously and he is keen to break that duck this weekend.
"I have never beaten them in my career and I have never scored against them either," noted Craig. "Hopefully I can put that right this weekend."