CELTIC have been handed the opportunity to celebrate a Premiership triumph at Tynecastle – just like they did in 2017.

The champions will face Hearts in Edinburgh on Sunday May 7 in the first of their post-split fixtures, as CQN reported earlier today.

Ange Postecoglou’s side will travel to the capital in the realisation a win will make certain of the crown for a second successive season.

CAPITAL SHOW…three-goal Scott Sinclair, skipper Scott Brown and central defender Dedryck Boyata celebrate the 5-0 win over Hearts at Tynecastle on April 2 2017.

The Hoops can seal the championship with four league games still to play. On April 2 2017, Brendan Rodgers’ all-conquering Invincibles lifted the silverware at the same venue with EIGHT matches to go.

Scott Brown and Co romped to a 5-0 triumph in Gorgie as they secured the trophy with a flamboyant flourish.

Craig Levein’s side were ruthlessly swept aside and Scott Sinclair took the spotlight with a dynamic hat-trick while Stuart Armstrong and on-loan Manchester winger Patrick Roberts chipped in with the others as the green party in the capital really got underway.

SMILES BETTER…Callum McGregor celebrates another title triumph.

Celtic won six and drew two of their remaining fixtures, which included a 5-1 landslide victory at Ibrox on April 29 when Sinclair, a £6million arrival from Aston Villa in the summer, claimed another.

Current skipper Callum McGregor, Leigh Griffiths, Dedryck Boyata and Mikael Lustig added to the joy on another day of celebration in Govan for the visitors.

The team that beat Hearts 5-0 as the Parkhead men claimed their sixth successive crown was: Gordon; Lustig (sub: Gamboa), Boyata (sub: Toure), Simunovic, Tierney; McGregor, Brown, Armstrong; Roberts (sub: Mackay-Steven), Sinclair and Forrest.

WING AND A SLAYER…Patrick Roberts accepts the acclaim after scoring against Hearts.

ROARING SUCCESS…Stuart Armstrong is a big noise after his strike.

IN WITH A SHOUT…Kieran Tierney doesn’t hold back as he celebrates at full-time.

THE JOY OF SIX…Brendan Rodgers and his Bhoys take a lap of honour following their sixth successive title victory.

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