Date: 9th February 2020 at 3:55pm
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Celtic moved into the last eight of the Scottish Cup with a 3-0 win over Clyde at Broadwood. Update, in the next round Celtic are away to St Johnstone on March 1, three days after the home match with Copenhagen.

Neil Lennon made six changes to the side that beat in midweek with first half goals from Olivier Ntcham and before a last minute counter from substitute kept the hoops on course for a fourth successive Scottish Cup triumph.

1-0 Ntcham

2-0 Brown 

3-0 Bayo

The build up to the match had been dominated by weather warnings and reminders of the cup shock in 2006 but the game went ahead as scheduled with the outcome that most anticipated.

put in a decent shift in his first start but could have made it memorable if he had scored with a first half chance created from a James pass.

Celtic should have scored a few more but with Moi Elyounoussi looking like the player he was in the autumn plus and Odsone Edouard getting the weekend off it was a productive day for the cup holders.