Channel, live stream, start time and team news for the Scottish Premier League match

Celtic are looking to bounce back from their European midweek horror show against Dundee.

The Hoops suffered their first defeat in 17 games on Thursday night, losing 3-1 to Bodo/Glimt.

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Celtic defender Anthony Raltson (right) scored his final goal against Dundee at Parkhead.1 credit

Ange Postekoglou will be looking to clear his hangover in the European Conference League as soon as possible as they host Dundee tomorrow.

Meanwhile, Dee will be looking to start the first game of new boss Mark McGee after James McPake was sacked by the Dens Park team this week.


When will Celtic vs Dundee start?

  • Celtic will play Dundee TOMORROW, Sunday 19 February.
  • The match will start at 15:00
  • It will take place in Parkhead.

What TV channel is Celtic v Dundee on and can I stream it live?

  • Unfortunately Celtic v Dundee will not be televised live.
  • The game will be streamed live Seltick tv but ONLY international subscribers.
  • Also, you can join us for our SunSport Live match blog for coverage.

Team news

Celtic will benefit from the return of midfielder Yosuke Ideguchi following Dundee’s visit to Parkhead.

The Japan international was unable to play on Thursday night’s loss as he is not listed on the Hoops Europa Conference League team.

Meanwhile, Bhoys winger Mikey Johnston was not out with an ankle injury.

The trio of Albian Ajeti, Kyogo Furuhashi and David Turnbull missed out with hamstring injuries.

At Dundee, new boss Mark MGI has been spurred on by the return of defender Vonte Daly-Campbell.

The Leicester City tenant has served a two-match ban after being sent off against Ross County.

Jordan Marshall and Lee Ashcroft are struggling to get fit after recovering from injuries and could play at Celtic Park.

Meanwhile, Killian Sheridan is still out for a long time due to an Achilles injury.

Latest Odds

Celtic 1/9

Draw 15/2

Dundee 20/1

*Paddy Power odds are valid as of February 19th.

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What did they say in assembly

Celtic boss Ange Postekoglou told his team to pull out of the game after Norwegian champions Bodo/Glimt caught him off the hook.

The Hoops will take on Dundee at Parkhead tomorrow, still reeling from a midweek 3-1 defeat that left them in fear for their future in the European Conference League.

Postekoglou said, “You have to take the hit like you’re a good boxer and show, ‘OK, it happens to the best.’

“We cannot feel sorry for ourselves. Ultimately, this is part of football. You must take hits. It’s not just about feeling good and beating teams.”

Meanwhile, new Dundee boss Mark McGee insists he would rather face Celtic tomorrow than sit back at home.

The 64-year-old joked that his friends advised him not to take the reins until after the match against Celtic.

But McGee always wanted to be boss as quickly as possible, regardless of the opposition.

He said, “I didn’t think so. Several people suggested, “Hang out and hope the victories continue!”

“But if you don’t want to go to Parkhead and manage, what’s the point?”

“I will be running my team in front of 60,000 fans at Parkhead.

“Last Sunday I watched TV and ate croissants with my legs up. I know exactly what I prefer. I enjoy the game.”


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