Celtic face a difficult test when they take on Hearts in the Scottish Cup quarter final on Saturday 11th March.
Kick off is scheduled for 12:15pm at Tynecastle stadium.
This is a crucial match for Celtic, who are looking to reach the semi-finals. It will also be a milestone for manager Ange Postecoglou, who has yet to win the Scottish Cup trophy – if the Hoops can go all the way.
Hearts will provide a tough challenge for Celtic. Tynecastle is a difficult venue to play at, especially in a knock out cup scenario. It is a tight, compact stadium and the atmosphere can be intimidating. This could make it even more difficult for Celtic, who will need to find their rhythm quickly if they are to progress.
It is certain to be an exciting game, with both sides determined to reach the semi-finals.
Ange will be hoping to progress to another semi-final and go one better than the bhoys managed last season.
Before that tie, there’s the small matter of a League Cup Final at Hampden against The Rangers. If Celtic can grab the silverware, it would be Celtic’s third trophy under Ange.
I predict that if Sevco beat Raith Rovers they will get Ayr / Falkirk in the semi.