Celtic aims to prolong their unbeaten start to the 2023-24 Scottish Premiership campaign this Sunday as they play host to Aberdeen.
Celtic suffered a significant setback in the midweek clash, unraveling with a resounding 6-0 defeat against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League—a result that everyone involved will undoubtedly want to erase from memory.
The challenge escalated with Daizen Maeda receiving a first-half red card, leaving the Scottish side with an arduous task against their LaLiga opponents. Now, the defending Scottish Premiership champions find themselves under pressure, eager to showcase their resilience and ability to bounce back this weekend.
Aberdeen, currently positioned midtable in the Scottish Premiership, enters the fixture on a positive note, securing victories in their last two league matches. They notably scored four goals against Motherwell and maintained a clean sheet against Hibernian, highlighting both their attacking prowess and defensive solidity.
Securing three points in this matchup could propel the Dons into the top half of the Scottish Premiership table. However, to achieve this, they must become the first team to defeat Celtic in the league this season.
Celtic vs Aberdeen kick-off time & stadium
|Date:||November 11, 2023|
|Kick-off time:||14:30 UK Time|
|Venue:||Celtic Park, Glasgow|
The Scottish Premiership match Celtic vs Aberdeen will be played at Celtic Park in Glasgow.
How to watch Celtic vs Aberdeen online – TV channels & live streams
- United Kingdom: Sky Sports Football, SKY GO Extra, Sky Ultra HD
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TV channel: The game will be broadcast on Sky Sports.
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Celtic predicted lineup: Hart; Johnston, Carter-Vickers, Scales, Taylor; Turnbull, McGregor, O’Riley; Palma, Furuhashi, Maeda
Aberdeen predicted lineup: Roos; Devlin, Gartenmann, Rubezic, Jensen, McKenzie; Polvara, Shinnie, Barron, McGrath; Duk