The snow currently falling in Glasgow is not only causing problems all over the city with all public transport cancelled, but it is also causing havoc to Celtic’s fixture schedule.
The Hoops were meant to play Dundee on Wednesday night in a bid to move nine points clear of Rangers at the top of the league, but the game was postponed.
Now the Bhoys are scheduled to play Morton in the Scottish Cup on Saturday, but with the weather still very poor in Glasgow it seems highly unlikely that the game will go ahead.
The Hoops are reportedly, according to the Daily Record, targetting to play the game against Dundee on Wednesday, to ensure that they go to Ibrox as many points ahead as possible.
If the weather doesn’t improve and the Bhoys can’t play Dundee on Wednesday, then they really are looking at a fixture pile-up, particularly as there is an international break towards the end of the month.
The best thing that could happen is that the snow clears in time for Saturday’s match against Morton, so that the Bhoys don’t go into the Old Firm derby not having played in two weeks.
They wouldn’t want to be caught cold, which is ironically what was caused all the problems in the first place.
In other Celtic news, Charly Musonda should start against Morton – if the game goes ahead