In this article, you will get all information regarding Hibernian v Celtic: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, referee and team news for crunch Premiership clash
THE games keep on coming in the Scottish Premiership and there’s a cracker in store when Hibs host Celtic this midweek.
Ange Postecoglou will demand a victory from his side to keep the festive fans in the best spirits going into 2023.
However it will not be easy as Lee Johnson‘s Hibs side will be doing their best to spoil the occasion.
Johnson will also be desperate for three points of his own as he eyes up that third placed spot.
There is only two points separating the Hibees from that best of the rest finish, and can climb up the ranks if any of Aberdeen, Hearts, St Johnstone or St Mirren slip up and they beat the Hoops.
But Celts also have their title race to think about and can maintain their nine point cushion with a win.
So stay tuned with us here on SunSport as we give you all the crucial information that you’ll need for the Scottish Premiership clash.
What time does Hibs v Celtic kick off?
- Hibs take on Celtic on Wednesday, December 28.
- The match kicks off at 7:45pm UK time.
- It will be played at Easter Road stadium in Edinburgh.
- Alan Muir will be the man in the middle.
What TV channel is Hibs v Celtic on, and can I live stream it?
- The match will be able to watch live on TV through Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.
- Celtic TV will also be streaming the game to overseas viewers
- Alternatively, highlights of the match will be shown on BBC Spotscene at 11pm on BBC Scotland.
- Sportscene can also be watched on BBC iPlayer.
Josip Juranovic will be unavailable for the match against Hibs.
The full back returned to Glasgow on Boxing Day and is still nursing a knee injury.
He may yet feature against Rangers next Monday however.
Stephen Welsh is still unavailable after an injury sustained in the Hoops’ Portuguese training camp during the World Cup and hasn’t featured against Aberdeen, Livingston or St Johnstone.
Meanwhile, James McCarthy still has an ongoing hamstring issue which he sustained before the World Cup break.
His manager confirmed the veteran Irish midfielder “is still out” in his latest injury update.
Anthony Ralston picked up a knock against Livi, but Postecoglou hopes it’s ‘nothing too serious.’
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What they said
Postecoglou insists that he’s not afraid to blast his players if they are found to not be doing their job.
And says that he wouldn’t be doing hjis job properly if he didn’t.
Speaking after the St Johnstone game, he said: “I think the players would probably have been disappointed if I had walked into the dressing-room after the Livingston game and ignored things.
“There were times when we didn’t stick to our principles and weren’t disciplined. That’s what they expect of me, and that’s what I expect of myself.
“I try to stay as even-tempered as I can in terms of analysing what I see, and what is important to us.
“The players relate to that and become accustomed to it. So when we do analysis we do it in the absence of the scoreboard and what it shows up there. We just look purely at the football we play, and the kind of team we want to be.
“What’s important for me is I want us to play well. My mood’s kind of dictated by how we play.”
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