Celtic will face the winners of next week’s Scottish Cup replay at Ibrox between Steven Gerrard’s club and Aberdeen.
The hoops are looking to lift the Scottish Cup for the third time running and have a 100% domestic record in 2019 which they will be looking to maintain going into the Hampden clash which will be played on April 12 or 13.
Celtic earned their place in the semi-final draw by beating Hibs 2-0 at Easter Road on Saturday thanks to second half goals from James Forrest and Scott Brown.
The following day at Pittodrie Sam Cosgrove opened the scoring from the penalty spot for the home side but an equaliser from Joe Worral early in the second half earned both clubs a money spinning replay at Ibrox on Tuesday.
In the other semi-final tie Inverness Caley Thistle will face the winners of the Hearts v Partick Thistle replay with those teams drawing 1-1 tonight at Firhill.
The Celtic semi-final will be shown live on Premier Sports with the other match, also from Hampden, will be shown live by BBC Scotland.
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) March 4, 2019
Live from the louden tavern pic.twitter.com/1sHcK702r1
— Chris (@crimbo1888) March 4, 2019
— We Are Celtic (@weareceltic7) March 4, 2019
We should beat Aberdeen easy
— Declan Duffy (@DeclanDuffy03) March 4, 2019
Did they celebrate being drawn against us this time ????????????
— Danny (@DanTheManMax) March 4, 2019
At last am easy game! We always beat Aberdeen xx
— Brendan McCarron (@docmccarron) March 4, 2019
That was predictable ????????????
— John Penny ???? (@johnpenny8) March 4, 2019
Are they celebrating in the Louden Tavern like last season?
— Theweeant (@theweeant) March 4, 2019
— jamie (@jamiesk__) March 4, 2019
Another semi final against the sheep, bring it on ????????
— MrBawless123 (@bawless123) March 4, 2019