Motherwell vs Celtic live streaming, match preview & team news. Motherwell vs Celtic: TV channel, stream, kick-off time, odds & League Cup final. Celtic vs Motherwell Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for the Betfred Cup Final.
The first piece of silverware in Scotland is up for grabs on Sunday as Motherwell take on Celtic in the League Cup final. Motherwell are competing in their first cup final since 2011, while Celtic are looking to retain the trophy. Celtic come into the game after they suffered one of their worst ever defeats in Europe. Last week Celtic were hammered 7-1 by PSG in the Champions League. Motherwell will also be confident of causing Celtic another upset. They’ve already beaten Aberdeen and Rangers en route to the final.That said, Celtic have won nine of their last 10 clashes with Motherwell in all competitions.
Motherwell will be no easy task either and Stephen Robinson’s men will be eager to end the Bhoys’ record domestic unbeaten streak in style, having already beaten Aberdeen and Rangers en route to the final. Motherwell enter the showdown brimming with confidence following a 2-0 victory against Aberdeen last weekend. Celtic remain unbeaten after 64 domestic games and are lodged at the top of the Scottish Premiership table after 13 games. Brendan Rodgers’ side will be looking to defend their treble and secure back to back clean sweeps for the first time in their history.
Substitute Zak Jules, who had replaced Stephen McManus early on, fouled Moussa Dembele and the Frenchman scored the resulting penalty. James Forrest’s strike doubled Celtic’s lead before the break. Dembele and Scott Sinclair threatened with further efforts for the hosts in the second half as they moved to within five wins of the title. Brendan Rodgers’ side could have their lead cut to 24 again when nearest challengers Aberdeen visit Kilmarnock on Sunday but, with a far superior goal difference, Celtic could effectively win the league and secure a sixth straight title with 15 more points after clinching a 20th straight Premiership win.