Celtic vs Aberdeen Live Stream

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Watch the Scotland Premiership match online with our match preview and free Celtic FC Aberdeen live streaming links

  • Competition: Scotland Premiership
  • Venue: Celtic Park
  • City: Glasgow
  • Match date: 8/5/2016
  • Kick-off time: 12:30
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Match Preview & Form guide

Scottish league pacesetters Aberdeen visit Celtic Park on Sunday afternoon to contend with Premiership leaders Celtic. The form suggests Celtic FC should win without too much trouble. The Bhoys are in superb form lately, having won four of their last five matches and sit top of the Premiership and will hope to stretch their lead at the top with a win here, while The Dons have been in superb form having won three of their last five games and lie in 2nd position in the table.

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