CELTIC are heading for fixture chaos after tomorrow afternoon’s match against Livingston at Parkhead was postponed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Premiership encounter has been called off along with all the UK senior games as a mark of respect after the passing of the monarch’s death aged 96 yesterday.
The Hoops have seven midweek games to play – five in the Champions League – before the domestic action shuts down with the last outing aganst Ross County at home on Saturday November 12.
SILVERWARE SUPERSTARS…celebrating Celtic players and the Premier Sports League Cup trophy they are due to defend against Motherwell at Fir Park next month.
The World Cup Finals kick off on November 21 in Qatar and continue until the silverware showdown on December 18. The Premiership is scheduled to resume 24 hours earlier.
Ange Postecoglou’s side are also due to play in the four-game Australian tournament with a match against Sydney FC on November 17 followed by a meeting with Everton three days later.
The Premier Sports League Cup holders are due to face Motherwell in their quarter-final tie at Fir Park with a 6.15 kick-off on Wednesday October 19.
With match congestion, it looks as though the Hoops’ earliest opportunity to play Livi will come after the turn of the year.
A date is yet to be confirmed for the Queen’s funeral and that could lead to further postponements.