Celtic take on Kilmarnock this weekend in the last 16 of the Viaplay Cup. On paper, the tie looks an arduous one for the Bhoys, but manager Brendan Rodgers has a plethora of experience in these types of games.
Ahead of the hotly anticipated cup clash, CeltsAreHere tells you all you need to know.
Where And When
Celtic take on Kilmarnock this Sunday, the 20th of August, at 3 pm UK time.
Who Is In Charge?
Alan Muir is the man in the middle for this one. Assisting him will be Frank Connor and Colin Drummond; meanwhile, Euan Anderson will be the fourth official and on VAR are Don Robertson and Gary Hilland.
How To Watch
Sunday’s cup tie can be streamed inside of the UK on Viaplay. Outside of the UK and Ireland, Celtic TV will stream the match. On TV, it can be watched on Viaplay Sports 1.
We got news midweek that Reo Hatate faces a prolonged spell on the sidelines. It appears he will be unavailable for this one along with long-term absentees Marco Tilio, Alistair Johnston and Yuki Kobayashi.
Cameron Carter-Vickers was withdrawn at half-time versus Aberdeen at the weekend. His condition is unknown, but one imagines Rodgers wouldn’t want to risk one of his most pivotal players on a plastic surface when there are other ample options available.
We will know the full extent of the Hoops’ injury issues on Sunday afternoon when the champions’ team is announced ahead of what is a crucial cup tie early on in the season.