The SFA have confirmed that Celtic could face a fixture pile-up if the weekend’s Scottish Cup match against Morton is postponed.
The date for the rescheduled game would be the 14th of March, as confirmed on the SFA website.
However, this may change as the website claims that if Rangers v Falkirk is postponed they would also be playing on the 14th, which the police are unlikely to allow.
The status of the Celtic versus Morton tie is currently up in the air, as the game has not yet been postponed in a statement but if you attempt to buy tickets for the match on the official Celtic ticket website you get a message that the match has been postponed due to “adverse weather conditions”.
The postponement of the game and rescheduling will be a big blow for the Hoops, as it could possibly mean them playing three games in a week after not having played for a fortnight.
The Bhoys are due to play Rangers on the 11th of March and Motherwell on the 18th of March, and will possibly have to fit the Motherwell game into that week.
The Hoops are also trying to have their postponed match with Dundee arranged with the SPFL, with the Daily Record claiming that they want to play the match on Wednesday the 7th of March, four days before their trip to Ibrox.
In other Celtic news, the Hoops stadium manager was confident that the match v Morton would go ahead