CELTIC are likely to be presented with the Premiership trophy against Hearts at Parkhead on Sunday, May 19.

The SPFL released the post-split fixtures this afternoon and the champions are in line to pick up their eighth successive title.

The first weekend of top six fixtures sees Neil Lennon’s team take on Hibs at Easter Road while Rangers head to Hearts and Kilmarnock host Aberdeen.

The Old Firm clash is at Ibrox on May 12 and an Edinburgh derby is scheduled for April 28 at Easter Road.

Celtic host Craig Levein’s outfit on the final day of the season, with Gers at Rugby Park and the Dons at Hibs.

In the bottom six, the final day will see Dundee host St Mirren, St Johnstone head to Hamilton and Motherwell at home to Livingston.



Saturday April 20
Hearts v Rangers (Live Sky Sports, 12 noon)

Kilmarnock v Aberdeen (3)

Sunday Apri 21 

Hibs v Celtic (Live Sky, 12.30)
Saturday April 27

Celtic v Kilmarnock (Live Sky, 12.30)

Sunday April 28

Hibs v Hearts (Live BT Sport, 12.15)

Rangers v Aberdeen (Live Sky, 3)

Saturday May 4

Aberdeen v Celtic (Live Sky, 12.30)

Hearts v Kilmarnock (3)

Sunday May 5

Rangers v Hibs (Live on Sky, 3.30)

Friday May 10 May

Aberdeen v Hearts (Live BT Sport, 7.45)

Saturday May 11

Kilmarnock v Hibs (3)

Sunday May 12

Rangers v Celtic (Live on Sky, 12)

Sunday May 19

Celtic v Hearts (Live Sky, 3)

Hibs v Aberdeen (3)

Kilmarnock v Rangers (Live BT Sport, 12.30)


April 20 (All 3pm)

Hamilton v Motherwell

Livingston v St Mirren

St Johnstone v Dundee

Saturday April 27 (All 3pm)

Hamilton v Livingston

Motherwell v Dundee

St Mirren v St Johnstone

Saturday May 4 (All 3pm)

Dundee v Hamilton

Motherwell v St Mirren

St Johnstone v Livingston

Saturday May 11 May (Both 3pm)

Livingston v Dundee

St Johnstone v Motherwell

Monday May 13

St Mirren v Hamilton (Live BT Sport, 7.45)

Saturday May 18  (All 12.30)

Dundee v St Mirren (Live BT Sport)

Hamilton v St Johnstone

Motherwell v Livingston


About Author


Acclaimed author Alex Gordon wrote the biography of Scotland international legend Denis Law, entitled 'King and Country'. He is a former columnist with World Soccer magazine and Scottish correspondent of respected European journal L'Equipe.

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