DUNDEE travel to Celtic Park on Sunday, the first time that the said will be under the management of Mark McGhee, although he will not be on the touchline as he serves his ban.

When these teams met at Parkhead on the second game of the season, Celtic ran riot, defeating the Tayside club 6-0. Kyogo scored a hattrick on his Paradise debut. A lot has changed since then, with changes in the dugout for the visitors and new signings and high profile exits for the Hoops.

In November, Celtic conceded twice at Dens Park as they returned to Glasgow 4-2 winners, Jota and Kyogo, with the goals.


The kick-off is at 3 pm on Sunday.


Sports broadcasters in the UK will not show the match on TV, and Celtic will be offering a pay-per-view service for the game, it is priced at £12.99 and can be purchased here.  Season ticket holders who cannot make it to the game will watch their team on the Pass To Paradise.


Gavin Duncan will be the whistleblower, with Graeme Stewart and Graham McNeillie running the lines. Between the dugouts will be Greg Aitken. 

Team News

Celtic never picked up any injuries in their defeat to Bodo/Glimt. However, David Turnbull and Kyogo will miss out on the match, meaning the Japanese striker will not add to his five goals against the side.

Ideguchi will return to the side. He is not included in the European squad, and therefore, he was not listed on Thursday.

Postecoglou may look to rotate the squad with a big game midweek; a must win by two goals if Celtic are to progress to the latter rounds of the Conference League.


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