CELTIC’S second Premiership game of the season against Aberdeen at Pittodrie has been switched to Sunday August 13 with a noon kick-off.
The match was originally scheduled for a 3pm start on Saturday, but has been moved with the action now being shown live on Sky Sports.
The satellite broadcaster will also televise the champions’ Flag Day kick-off against Ross County at Parkhead the previous week.
ROARING SUCCESS…beaming skipper Callum McGregor celebrates the late winner against Aberdeen at Pittodrie on December 17 last year.
The Hoops brought down the curtain on last season’s outstanding treble-winning campaign – the eighth in the club’s history – with a 5-0 success over Barry Robson’s club in the east end of Glasgow on May 27, the week before they secured the silverware clean sweep with a 3-1 victory over Inverness Caley Thistle at Hampden to lift the Scottish Cup.
The romp against the Dons turned out to be the last sightings of manager Ange Postecoglou and fans’ favourite Filipe Jota in Paradise.
Celtic completed a whitewash over the north-east club on their way to a 53rd championship – winning 2-0, 4-0 and 5-0 in Glasgow and 1-0 away – with their opponents failing to get the ball behind Joe Hart on all four encounters.