CELTIC face four trials by TV next month with a succession of crucial Premiership games televised live by Sky Sports.
First up, is the trip across Glasgow to take on Steven Gerrard’s Ibrox outfit on Saturday, January 2 with a 12.30pm kick-off in an effort to reverse the result at Parkhead in October.
The next three league confrontations will all be beamed live by the satellite giants starting with the home match against Hibs on Monday January 11 at 7.45pm. The champions won 3-0 in the earlier game in Glasgow between the sides.
On Wednesday, January 20, Neil Lennon will take his players to West Lothian for a meeting with Livingston at 8.15pm and four days later the cameras will be in Paisley for the encounter against St Mirren which will have a 4.30pm kick-off.
Celtic will also be live on Premier Sport and BBC Scotland when they play Hearts in the delayed Scottish Cup Final at Hampden on Sunday, December 20 with a 2.15pm start while their Boxing Day league match at Hamilton Accies will be shown live on Sky with a 3pm commencement.
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