Celtic v Hibs match moved but no TV coverage
Date changed due to Parkhead side’s European commitments
Celtic’s home Premiership match against Hibernian has been pushed back 24 hours due to the Parkhead club’s European commitments.
The game, originally scheduled for Saturday 26 September, will now take place on Sunday 27th, kicking off at 3pm.
The match will not be shown live on television, as Sky Sports is screening the Motherwell v Rangers match that day.
Celtic are scheduled to play in the third qualifying round of the Europa League on Thursday 24 September. They have been drawn away against the winners of the second qualifying round between Riga and Tre Fiori.
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