The day is finally here for Celtic fans.

The Hoops will lift their second successive Premiership crown this weekend.

Ange Postecoglou's secured league title glory a number of weeks back now.

But on Saturday, it's time for the celebrations to commence after another dominant season by those in green and white.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of the final day of the season.

When is Celtic vs Aberdeen?

Celtic will take on Aberdeen TODAY on Saturday, May 27.

The game will kick-off at 12.30pm.

It will be played at Celtic Park.

Is Celtic vs Aberdeen on TV and can I live stream it?

Yes, thankfully this game has been selected for live TV coverage.

Sky Sports will showcase the game on their Main Event and Football channels, as the curtain comes down on the top six of the Premiership. 

The build-up for the game begins at 11.30am - an hour before kick-off.

Sky customers will be able to live stream the match via their SkyGo app.

Team news

During the midweek loss to Hibs, Postecoglou heavily rotated his team. 

With this being the final league game, and the occasion that comes with lifting the title, you'd have to imagine that Celtic will go as strong as possible for this one. Especially with the Scottish Cup final on the horizon too.

Scott Bain will likely drop back out for Joe Hart to assume the No.1 spot.

Daizen Maeda is suspended after two yellows were picked up at Easter Road. 

Seak Haksabanovic's season could be over after picking up an injury on Wednesday night.

The likes of Kyogo Furuhashi, Jota, Greg Taylor, and Matt O'Riley will all likely return to the starting side.

For Aberdeen, we know that Bojan Mivoski won't feature after sustaining a knock versus St Mirren during the week.

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