CELTIC’S bright babes go on display at Cappielow tonight when they take on Morton in a Testimonial Match for the Greenock club’s long-serving kitman Andy Bryan.
And former Hoops defender Jim Duffy, the Ton boss, is relishing a top-class test for his players against the Parkhead youngsters.
It is believed the Celtic line-up will largely feature youth players with a sprinkling of first team fringe hopefuls.
Duffy said: “Whenever you play Celtic you know that it will be the same philosophy. Under Ronny Deila, they press really high and work very hard and they ask questions of you.
“I have seen their younger players many times because they play their games at Cappielow and I’ve also seen their first team and they play very similarly. It’s the same shape and style with the same intensity.“We know what to expect and from what I’m led to believe, there will also be a sprinkling of top-team players.
“It’s good for the supporters and it will be a real test for us.” This evening’s kick-off is 7.30pm and 10 per cent of gate receipts will be donated to Ardgowan Hospice and Erskine Hospital. Prices are: Adults £10, concessions (over 65 and under 16) £5, parent and child £13.