What channel is the Celtic game on? TV, kick-off and live stream details for SPFL cinch Premiership match v Kilmarnock
Celtic are back on Sunday lunchtime duty in the SPFL and that means the champions are back on TV.
After a rare Saturay 3pm kick-off for both sides of the Old Firm last week, Ange Postecoglou’s team return to centre-stage with Sky Sports for the trip to Kilmarnock.
The Australian has never taken his side to the Ayrshire town, with Killie outside the top flight last season as Celtic took the league crown and the defending champions are much changed from their last visit, and the atmosphere certainly will be with crowds now back in for the matches following the easing of Covid restrictions that limited attendance at the last meeting of the sides down the M77.
Derek McInnes’ side have had a tough start to their second-coming with Dundee United on the opening day followed by both sides of Glasgow in consecutive weeks, but they have shown they are adapting to life back in the cinch top league.
Here’s how to tune in on Sunday….
Who: Kilmarrnock v Celtic
What: cinch Premiership
Where: Rugby Park, Kilmarnock
When: Sunday, August 14. Kick-off 12pm
Referee: David Dickinson
How to watch
Sky Sports will show the match live on the main event channel and on the football channel.
That also means the game will be available to stream via NowTV or on the SkyGo app. Coverage begins at 11am.
Those who can’t make it along to what is sure to be a busy Rugby Park or tune in at the time can pick up the highlights on Sportscene on BBC Scotland at 7.15 or on iPlayer.
Last February Celtic won by four goals on their last trip to the Rugby Park plastic pitch, but on the first encounter of that season Killie held Celtic 1-1
Reo Hatate will miss out for Celtic.
Former Hoops midfielder Kerr McInroy has been an important player for Derek McInnes in the opening weeks of the season and could line up against his former side. He will also have Lewis Mayo back available after sitting out against his parent club Rangers last week.
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