CELTIC travel to Dingwall on Sunday to face Ross County. The Hoops are looking to bounce back from their Scottish Cup defeat with a win, maintaining their six-point advantage at the top.

Fans will be relieved to learn that Bobby Madden will not officiate a Celtic game this weekend. Instead, Kevin Clancy will be the man in the middle. After the weekend’s disastrous performance, Madden somehow remains with a top-flight tie, officiating Dundee v St Johnstone. [SFA]

Clancy has already been involved with four Celtic matches this season, overseeing one loss, two draws, and one win. Although, this shouldn’t affect Postecoglou’s side, and the referee doesn’t put the ball in the back of the net the team do.

Leading into the derby, fans can start to rule out possible referees. Likely, Bobby Madden and Willie Column won’t be the officials, with the pair overseeing the last two encounters.

Walsh is the referee for Saturday’s match against The Rangers and Motherwell, and Clancy is scheduled with Celtic. It’s unlikely any of these men will be the man in the middle at Celtic Park on the 1st of May.

Leaving Don Robertson, Andrew Dallas, Euan Anderson, Steven McLean and John Beaton the likely options.


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