What channel is Celtic v Hearts Scottish Premiership match on? Kick off time, live stream and latest team news
Check out how to watch Celtic v Hearts in the Scottish Premiership this week, including TV details, team news, predictions and odds.
A Celtic victory against Hearts on Saturday will be enough to clinch the Scottish Premiership title, as long as Rangers fail to win the following day.
They lead by six points with three games to play and their much superior goal difference means a victory would make them champions in all but name irrespective of how their Old Firm rivals get on.
Rangers' trip to Celtic Park last weekend looked like their final chance to make a play for the title and the 1-1 draw certainly suited the hosts.
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Even so, Ange Postecoglou will be telling his side this is no time to take their foot off the gas as Hearts have enjoyed an impressive season of their own.
A third-place finish and qualification for the Europa League play-off round has already been confirmed for Robbie Neilson's team, which represents a fantastic return for 2021/22.
The season would be even better if they could claim a win over Celtic on their own turf, however.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch Celtic v Hearts on TV and online.
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When is Celtic v Hearts?
Celtic v Hearts will take place on Saturday 7th May 2022.
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What time is kick-off?
Celtic v Hearts will kick off at 12pm.
There are numerous Scottish Premiership games taking place this weekend including Rangers v Dundee on Sunday.
What TV channel is Celtic v Hearts on?
You can watch the game live on Sky Sports Football from 11:30am.
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How to live stream Celtic v Hearts online
Sky Sports customers can live stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices including most smartphones and tablets as part of their subscription.
You can also watch the match via NOW without signing up to a contract.
NOW can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles. NOW is also available via BT Sport.
Celtic v Hearts team news
Celtic predicted XI: Hart; Ralston, Carter-Vickers, Starfelt, Taylor; O'Riley, McGregor, Hatate; Jota, Furuhashi, Maeda
Hearts predicted XI: Gordon; Sibbick, Moore, Cochrane; Atkinson, Haring, Woodburn, Mackay-Steven; Ginnelly, Boyce, McKay
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Celtic v Hearts odds
In working partnership with the Radio Times, bet365 has provided the following betting odds for this event:
bet365 odds: Celtic (2/7) Draw (9/2) Hearts (10/1)*
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Our prediction: Celtic v Hearts
A victory pretty much seals the Scottish Premiership title for Celtic and though the visitors will likely raise their game for the trip to Celtic Park, it's hard to see a slip-up.
Since Hearts' 2-1 win on the opening day of the league season, the Bhoys have beaten them three times and you feel they'll make it four on Saturday.
All of the games between these two sides this term have been won by a one-goal margin and this may be no different.
Our prediction: Celtic 2-1 Hearts (8/1 at bet365)
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