St Mirren vs Celtic Scottish Premiership clash to be shown live on Sky Sports on September 18

by | Aug 30, 2022 | Football Transfers, Global Football News, Premiere League News | 0 comments


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GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - MARCH 02: Celtic's Liel Abada (L) and St Mirren's Scott Tanser during a Cinch Premiership match between Celtic and St Mirren at Celtic Park, on March 02, in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ross MacDonald / SNS Group)

Celtic’s trip to St Mirren is the latest Scottish Premiership game selected to be shown live on Sky Sports.

Ange Postecoglou’s side will head to Paisley at noon on Sunday September 18, with the match coming four days after Celtic’s trip to Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League.

The Buddies held Celtic to a goalless draw the last time the sides met at the SMiSA Stadium and are currently on a three-match winning run under Stephen Robinson, while Celtic are yet to drop a point this season and won their last match on the road 9-0 at Dundee United.

Prior to that, the Sky Sports cameras will be at Celtic Park for the first Old Firm of the new season which takes place on September 3 as Rangers visit Celtic in what will no doubt be a key fixture in the title race.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side then visit Pittodrie at noon on Saturday, September 10. The Dons drew the opening two meetings between the sides last season before losing the most recent clash at Ibrox and will be aiming to record their first league win over Rangers since 2018.

The Scottish Premiership season kicked off on the weekend of July 30/31.

The campaign will take a break in the middle of the season to accommodate the first-ever winter World Cup, pausing on the weekend of November 12/13, before resuming on the weekend of December 17/18.


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