Celtic has released their post-split Scottish Premiership fixtures earlier than anticipated, dispelling rumours of a delay until after Wednesday. The Scottish champions are poised for a potentially grandstand finish to their season, as they aim to secure their third consecutive championship title.

Celtic’s schedule includes critical matches that could decide the fate of the Premiership race. They face challenging away games against Dundee and Kilmarnock. Dundee, known for their unpredictable weather leading to numerous postponed matches, and Kilmarnock, notorious for their less favoured plastic pitch, are expected to be tough battlegrounds for the Bhoys.

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Soccer Football – Scottish Premiership – Rangers v Celtic – Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain – April 7, 2024 Celtic’s Cameron Carter-Vickers and Nicolas-Gerrit Kuhn celebrate their second goal scored by Matt O’Riley Action Images via Reuters/Jason Cairnduff

At home, Celtic Park will host the remaining three fixtures against Hearts, arch-rivals Rangers, and St Mirren. The much-anticipated Glasgow derby could be particularly decisive. The season finale at Celtic Park promises an electrifying atmosphere, where Celtic will either celebrate lifting the trophy or conduct a lap of honour just to thanks the fans for their support.

Currently, Celtic leads the table, sitting four points ahead of their closest competitors, Rangers, who still have a game in hand to be played this Wednesday. This sets the stage for a nail-biting climax to the season, especially after Celtic’s upcoming Scottish Cup semi-final clash against Aberdeen.


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