CELTIC fans will get the whole of the Easter Road South Stand for the Hoops’ Scottish Cup quarter-final against Hibs a week on Saturday.
The Edinburgh outfit had cut the allocation for the travelling support to fewer than 2,000 for previous games – it was a move that back-fired as was witnessed by largely-empty stands in the Premiership match against Brendan Rodgers’ men in December.
Under the rules of the national competition, visiting clubs have the right to claim up to 20 per cent of the tickets.
That’s a figure that will be more or less given to them, as the South Stand holds just under 4,000.
Hibs will review future ticket allocations for opponents on a game-to-game basis.
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