CELTIC have switched the first derby of the 2024/25 season against Philippe Clement’s Ibrox side to Sunday September 1 at Parkhead with a 12.30pm kick-off.

The match was originally scheduled for the previous Saturday, but has now been changed for Sky Sports coverage.
The champions have also announced their Premiership match against St Mirren in Paisley has been pushed back 24 hours to take place on Sunday August 25 with a noon start.
LAST TIME AROUND…forlorn Ibrox keeper Jack Butland looks on as Adam Idah accepts the acclaim of the Celtic fans after his Scottish Cup Final winner on May 25.
The satellite broadcaster will also be beaming the action live from that encounter.
Brendan Rodgers’ men will kick off their quest for a fourth successive title and their thirteenth in 14 years with a match against Kilmarnock on Flag Day in the east end of Glasgow on Sunday August 4 with a 4.30 commencement.
The Hoops head for Edinburgh a week later to take on Hibs at Easter Road with a 12.30pm kick-off.
Like the games against Rangers and St Mirren, Sky Sports are scheduled to show both matches live.
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