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Celtic fans given PPV option for SPFL clash

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With Sky Sports blanking the midweek Premiership card Motherwell have taken up the option to offer Celtic’s visit to Fir Park on PPV.

For £15 anyone can purchase a link which will show the match live from 7.45pm.

In keeping with recent trends, with the exception of Livingston, Celtic fans will again have a restricted ticket allocation with away fans in the South Stand and a small section of the Main Stand.

Wednesday’s match is the third game between the clubs in six weeks with Celtic winning 2-1 at home in the SPFL then hitting top form with a 4-0 League Cup win at Fir Park.

With just two matches left in the crammed pre-World Cup fixture list Ange Postecoglou will continue with his squad rotation that saw seven changes for Saturday’s win over Dundee United with two of the goalscorers coming off the bench.

Willie Collum will referee Wednesday’s match with David Dickinson the VAR.

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  • the maister says:

    You don’t have to pay £15 to see the game! You will still see the game on CelticTV and it won’t cost you anything. The game will be repeated in full (to watch over as many times as you like), probably from midnight on Wednesday – and you can hear a live commentary, same channel, if you like. For £50 a year. Why give anyone else your money? Means you don’t have to rush for the games, miss trains that won’t be running, miss the hassle of the departing crowd et; etc. I don’t get anything for the PR, by the way!

  • berniebhoy says:

    I don’t subscribe to CelticTV because my understanding is that in the UK & Ireland you only get the live audio and then later on you get the video of the match, by which time you probably know the score and you can probably get highlights on BBC.
    Someday, maybe in my lifetime (I’m 75), Celtic may be able to offer the match to view live on CelticTV but I think for that to happen all the clubs would have to agree, and there’s the difficulty.

  • the maister says:

    Don’t need to see the game live! I listen to live audio commentary on radio or CelticTV and get all the live excitement. Then watch the game back when it replays later on that night on CelticTV. I’ve been top plenty of Celtic matches, home and away. There are some aspects of going to games I definetley don’t miss!

  • the maister says:

    And I’m 22. No, I’m11!

  • the maister says:

    So, geez a brek!

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