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Hearts vs Celtic Live Stream

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

  • Competition: Scotland Premiership
  • Venue: Tynecastle Stadium
  • City: Edinburgh
  • Match date: 30/4/2016
  • Kick-off time: 12:30
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Match Preview & Form guide

Scottish force Hearts welcome Scottish top dogs Celtic to Tynecastle Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Maroons are in awful form and have lost all of their last five matches and sit in place in the , while the away side have been in top form of late, having only dropped two points from a possible fifteen and lie top of the table.

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*Previous Hearts starting line-up - the team for this match will show here when announced

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