Celtic are set to face Inverness in the Scottish Cup final next month, with Ange Postecoglou aiming to guide the club to a world-record eighth treble.

The Hoops are the clear favourites to win the match, although a recent dip in form has somewhat tempered the optimism among supporters.

Celtic’s last standout performance was a 4-1 victory away at Kilmarnock in mid-April, a fact that raises some concerns.

The team will need to elevate their game ahead of next weekend’s clash, and captain Callum McGregor is brimming with confidence that his side can do just that, as reported by the Glasgow Times:

“The last few games haven’t been great but I have no doubt. I am full of belief.

“I have no doubt that we will be ready to go for Hampden. We have a good track record of coming through the big games and the big moments.

“We have been strong as a group. That gives us the confidence that we will be ready to go for the final.”

Despite Inverness being a Championship side, Celtic must still deliver a strong performance at Hampden to secure the treble.

If the Bhoys play to their full potential, victory will be within reach. However, as McGregor has acknowledged, they must show up ready to compete for this to happen.


  1. Yea Cal Mac, not been raising any team lately. Raise the geme Vs the sheep. They like ICT smell the fear.

    Time to dispel such rumours, that the team want to be holiday bound after beating the Auld reekin hunz.


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