FORMER Celtic title-winning hero Harald Brattbakk will present Scott Brown with the Premiership trophy on Sunday.
It was the Norwegian who sealed the Hoops’ first flag success in 10 years when the hit the killer second goal in the 2-0 victory over St Johnstone in 1998.
Henrik Larsson fired in the opener and Brattabakk made certain during a nervy second-half for Wim Jansen’s men.
Rangers’ bid for 10-in-a-row was derailed on the last day of the campaign.
Brattbakk, now 44, will return for another Parkhead championship party and will be accompanied on the park by Ronny Deila’s twin daughters.
The ex-striker, who cost £1million when Jansen signed him from Rosenborg in December 1997, will lead a pre-match procession along the Celtic Way at 11am as the Glasgow giants celebrate their 46th league title.
Inverness Caley Thistle provide the opposition and the trophy, won by Celtic for the fourth successive season, will be handed over to skipper Brown at the end of the game.
Hopefully Celtic’s Development Squad will parade the Youth Cup they won at Hampden Park last night at half-time on Sunday. The young Celts beat their The Rangers counterparts by 5-2.