Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Scottish Cup game between Albion Rovers and Celtic.
Brendan Rodgers insists Albion Rovers have been getting Celtic's full attention ahead of their Scottish Cup clash on Sunday.
Celtic are unbeaten domestically, 19 points clear of nearest rivals Rangers at the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership and with the Betfred Cup already in the trophy room this season.
Celtic have been linked with Nigerian forward Henry Onyekuru, Aberdeen are considering a move for Celtic’s Kris Commons and Barrie Mackay RB Leipzig rumours rumble on.
It would be fair to assume, therefore, that the 18-year-old Kristoffer Ajer will be anxious to show both his parent club and new side Kilmarnock just what he can do during this six-month loan spell.
More than most, Ryan Christie can testify that Celtic did not always exude their current air of domestic invincibility. Two years ago, the then Inverness player helped to send the side tumbling out.
The first seismic sporting shock of the new millennium came on 8 February 2000, when Inverness, then in the First Division, turned up at Parkhead and, with Charlie Christie pulling the strings in midfield, beat Celtic 3-1 to knock them out of the Scottish Cup, a result which cost John Barnes his…
Excitement has been building for the William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round and it kicks off tomorrow. Here is what to look out for over the weekend.