Celtic has concluded their training in Japan and is set to return home in preparation for their upcoming match against Wolves at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin this Saturday.


The Scottish champions had a mixed bag of results during their Japan tour, losing a high-scoring encounter against Yokohama F. Marinos 6-4, before bouncing back with a 1-0 victory over Gamba Osaka. The matches provided Celtic with a valuable opportunity to test their mettle against formidable Japanese teams, who are more than halfway through their season.

The Celts trained for the final time on Monday, and now prepare for the long-haul trip home.

The Japan tour has undoubtedly offered Celtic a chance to fine-tune their strategies and allow Brendan Rodgers the chance to assess his squad’s performance against quality opposition.

The thrilling encounter against Yokohama and the hard-fought victory against Gamba Osaka have provided the team with valuable lessons and insights.

However, the upcoming match against Wolves will pose a different challenge for Celtic. The Premier League side is also gearing up for the new season, and the match will serve as an important test for both teams.

Celtic’s performance in Japan and the upcoming match against Wolves will provide valuable insights into the team’s readiness for the new season. As the team returns home and prepares for the Dublin clash, fans will be eagerly anticipating their performance against a Premier League quality opponent.



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