Lowland League side East Kilbride take on Premiership champions Celtic in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
Celtic boss Ronny Deila will assess any bumps and bruises among his squad before picking a team to face East Kilbride on Sunday in Airdrie.
East Kilbride goalkeeper Matt McGinley is dreaming of a Scottish Cup upset this weekend, when his team play Celtic in the fifth-round at Airdrie.
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Although currently in different divisions, the pair face each other again on Sunday at Tynecastle in tie of the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup
East Kilbride’s William Hill Scottish Cup fifth-round clash with Celtic at the Excelsior Stadium on Sunday appears to be heading for a sell-out.
Junior side Linlithgow Rose followed East Kilbride into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup with a stunning extra-time win over Forfar Athletic.
The SFA has confirmed the Excelsior Stadium will host the Scottish Cup fifth-round match between East Kilbride and Celtic on Sunday February 7.