Celtic’s Champions League qualifier away to Nomme Kalju is facing a TV blackout.
Premier Sports showed the match between Sarajevo and Celtic two weeks ago and have shown the majority of the away ties in the qualifying stages over the last couple of seasons.
With just over 24 hours to go until the match kicks off no deal has yet been put in pace with no sign of interest from any other broadcaster. The match is scheduled to kick off at 6pm Celtic Park Time.
Hi Seamus, unfortunately we were unable to agree a fee with the rights holder in Estonia. It’s disappointing we won’t be able to broadcast the game live.
— Premier Sports ???? (@PremierSportsTV) July 29, 2019
Celtic go into the match with a 5-0 advantage from the first leg with Neil Lennon likely to rest a number of players giving Christopher Jullien his competitive debut.
Assuming that they see off the Estonian champions Celtic will be on their travels again the following midweek when they take on the winners of the tie between Maccabi Tel Aviv and Cluj of Romania.
So far this season Premier Sports have shown the away matches of Aberdeen and Steven Gerrard’s club.