Celtic will be hoping to wrap up the domestic Treble when they taken on Inverness in the Scottish Cup Final on Saturday.
Ange Postecoglou’s men had wrapped up the Scottish Premiership pretty much by the time it split into its final round of fixtures, meaning they have been on cruise control for the past few weeks, ensuring they don’t get any injuries ahead of Saturday’s trip to Hampden Park. A 53rd league title in total, now just two behind Rangers, Celtic will now be looking to secure a record-breaking eighth Treble, and their first since 2019/20, having also claimed the Scottish League Cup.
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When is Celtic vs Inverness?
The 2023 Scottish Cup Final takes place on Saturday 3rd May at Hampden Park.
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What is the kick-off time for Celtic vs Inverness?
Celtic vs Inverness will kick-off at 5:30pm (UK time).
Where can I watch Celtic vs Inverness on TV?
- UK: BBC One
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Who is refereeing Celtic vs Inverness?
John Beaton is the referee for the 2023 Scottish Cup Final, having previously refereed the showpiece in 2020. Graeme Stewart and Gordon Crawford are his assistants, with Steven McLean on VAR duties.
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Celtic team news
Celtic suffered a big blow in their 5-0 win over Aberdeen on the final weekend of the Scottish Premiership season, with Kyogo Furuhashi coming off in the second half after suffering an injury. Kyogo had scored a brace in the game but was seen hobbling in the post-match celebrations, and was not fit enough to attend the Scottish Football Writers’ Association awards where he had been named Player of the Year. So Celtic will be hoping for better news this week.
Cameron Carter-Vickers is out for the season after undergoing surgery on a knee injury.
Inverness team news
Tom Walsh is the long-term absentee for Inverness, who otherwise appear to have a full strength squad.
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