As Celtic and Aberdeen prepare to take each other on in the Betfred Cup Final today, police have issued safety advice ahead of the game.

Fans heading to the game at Hampden this afternoon are reminded not to bring any pyrotechnics to the match which kicks off at 3pm.

Although supporters coming to Glasgow for the game are welcome to come and enjoy the match it should be done so in a safe and secure environment.

Supporters who drink too much will be refused entry to the match and reminded that you're not allowed to drink alcohol on the streets of Glasgow or bring it into the stadium.

It is also an offence to be in possession of alcohol or be drunk aboard a coach or mini-bus travelling to a sporting event.

Police have said that officers will be conducting spot checks to enforce this.

Finally police have asked fans to be respectful and follow the instructions of police & stewards