Celtic have released a video aimed at providing supporters with important information ahead of this weekend’s Glasgow Derby. The Scottish Champions welcome their Glasgow Rivals, Rangers to Paradise in a game that could put Ange Postecoglou’s side twelve points clear if they can overcome the Ibrox club.
In a video released on Wednesday afternoon, Celtic TV’s Gerry McCulloch spoke through the information that should be taken into account ahead of the game. The measures are aimed at avoiding congestion ahead of kick-off
There will be no Rangers supporters in attendance after safety concerns were raised regarding fan experience at Ibrox. Therefore, it will be 60,000 Celts urging the team onto victory. Accordingly, there will be no segregation in the stadium nor partitions outside of the ground.
The club are clearly trying to make sure that no one is outside the game ahead of kick-off, which has other safety concerns.
Ellie Dixon and Liam McGrandles will be performing pre-match as the atmosphere build ahead of the game. The game kicks off at 12:30pm and it promises to be an enthralling afternoon in Glasgow’s East End as a victory for Celtic would all-but secure the league title returning to Paradise.