CELTIC host Motherwell on Saturday – as they aim to build on their promising victory against Kilmarnock in midweek.

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Neil Lennon’s side recorded a 4-0 victory in Ayrshire to bring some much needed positivity to the Celtic camp. Albian Ajeti got a long awaited start and capped it with a goal, while Odsonne Edouard looked back to his best and crowned his appearance with a brace.

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Scott Brown was also on the scoresheet on his return to the team. They do still trail Rangers by 23-points however, with two games in hand.

Motherwell will offer stiff opposition at Celtic Park on Saturday however. The Steelmen have picked up some key wins recently as they distance themselves rom the relegation places. In midweek, two first-half goals were enough to earn them a 2-1 win over struggling Dundee United.

Last time out

Moi Elyounoussi scored a hat-trick as Celtic won 4-1 at Fir Park. It was a rare win in amongst a torrid run towards the tail end of 2020.

When will the game take place?

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The match will kick-off at 3pm at Celtic Park on Saturday, February 6.

How can I watch the game?

The game is live for Celtic season ticket holders in the UK, who can watch the game using their Pass to Paradise. Celtic TV will show the game for subscribers outside the UK.