Live stream Dundee United v Celtic, Wednesday 11th May 19:30 BST
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Celtic need a point to be crowned Scottish champions when they travel to Tannadice on Wednesday to face Europa League contenders Dundee United.
Ange Postecoglu’s side have had an excellent season domestically and, despite a huge turnover in staff and players early in the season, will reclaim the league title they lost to Rangers last year.
The Bhoys are almost certain of the title already, as they are six points clear of the Gers with two games to go and are 20 goals better in the goal difference column.
But they are mathematically guaranteed the trophy if they avoid defeat at Tannadice.
The Bhoys defeated Hearts 4-1 last time out, extending their unbeaten league run to 30 games, a streak dating back to mid-September.
But the Tangerines still have important goals of their own to achieve as they are locked in a bitter three-way battle for European football.
United are currently fourth but Motherwell and Ross County are one and three points adrift respectively.
The team that finishes fourth in the Scottish Premiership earns a place in the third qualifying round of the Europa Conference League, while the fifth-placed team enters the third-tier UEFA competition in the second qualifying round stage.
Disappointment awaits the team in sixth place as they will miss Europe entirely.
kick-off is over 19:30 CET At Wednesday May 11th and the game will be broadcast live from Sky sports football. See below for international sending options.
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