Hearts will give champions Celtic a guard of honour on Sunday.
Craig Levein’s men will travel to Parkhead for the final league game of the season just six days before the sides meet in the Scottish Cup final.
The match comes two weeks after Celtic visited rivals Rangers in what was their first match following the clinching of the Ladbrokes Premiership title.
Despite it being customary for the champions to receive a guard of honour from the opposing team as they make their way onto the field, Rangers declined to do so.
But Hearts will line up to pay tribute to the Parkhead side.
The Tynecastle side gave Celtic a guard of honour when they visited Gorgie last season after capturing the title.
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