CELTIC will feature in FIVE live Premiership games on satellite television before the end of October.

The eight-in-a-row champions will hoping to provide some screen gems as they set out in pursuit of the magical nine in a row.

Neil Lennon’s men will be shown live during the second league game of the season when they will take on Stephen Robinson’s Motherwell at Fir Park on Saturday, August 10 with a midday kick-off.

Next up, the Hoops travel across Glasgow to face Steven Gerrard’s outfit at Ibrox on September 1 which also has a noon start.

Then it’s away to Hamilton Accies on Saturday, September 14 for a 12pm kick-off.

Hoops boss Lennon will return to Easter Road for the second time since he quit the Edinburgh club in January and returned to Parkhead a month later following the swift departure of Brendan Rodgers to Leicester City. The action on Saturday, September 28 commences at 12.30pm.

The Irishman enjoyed the first occasion as he piloted the holders through a tricky Scottish Cup quarter-final in Leith in March when goals from James Forrest and skipper Scott Brown gave the visitors a 2-0 triumph on their way to an unprecedented treble treble.

Celtic’s live TV appearances also feature the Sunday, October 27 match against Derek McInnes’ Aberdeen at Pittodrie which has a 12.15pm start.


Saturday, August 10

Motherwell v CELTIC (kick-off:12, Sky Sports)

Sunday, September 1

Rangers v CELTIC (12, Sky Sports)

Saturday, September 14

Hamilton Accies v CELTIC (12, BT Sport 3)

Saturday, September 28

Hibs v CELTIC (12.30, BT Sport 2)

Sunday, October 27

Aberdeen v CELTIC (12.15, BT Sport 1)

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