CELTIC face Motherwell in a Scottish Premiership showdown at Parkhead this weekend.
Fans of the respective clubs will be happy to know that they could potentially be allowed back in-to the stadium to watch the match for the first time since the lock-down.
This comes as Scottish PM Nicola Sturgeon announced that fans can attend games again from September 14, 2020.
Celtic's game against Motherwell could be used as a 'test-match' to trial the social-distancing measures that have been prepared.
The news was welcomed by Motherwell's boss Stephen Robinson who said: "If that's done within safe parameters then that would be fantastic."
What time is kick-off?
The game will take place on Sunday August 30, 2020 – TODAY.
Kick-off will be at 3.00pm.
Celtic will be playing on their home-turf at Parkhead Stadium.
Where can I watch it?
You can watch the match on Sky Sports.
Existing customers can watch the match on the Sky Go app which is compatible with most smart devices.
If you're not a Sky Sports customer, you can watch the match on Now TV by purchasing a Sky Sports day pass for £9.99.
Alternatively, Celtic fans can get hear a live audio of the match, and watch full match replays by subscribing to Celtic TV.
What is team news?
Neil Lennon will be without Odsonne Edouard who is out with a thigh problem.
Albian Ajeti was an unused substitute in the shock European defeat in midweek, but looks likely to get his debut here.
Nir Bitton could feature at centre-back, while the Hoops have no new injury concerns.
Tony Watt is in line to play against his former club, with Motherwell having no new injury worries.
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