Celtic fans have blasted ticket prices for next month's Rangers clash at Ibrox.

Hoops fans will be forced to fork out £52 for the Scottish Premiership game on September 1.

Ticket numbers have been sliced like last season with only 800 briefs available compared to the previous near-8,000 allocation of recent years.

Those Hoops fans who were successful in the ballot to land tickets for Ibrox have been left furious at being forced to put their hands in their pocket for the expensive tickets.

Celtic fans offered chance to watch Rangers clash inside Parkhead following last season's ticket allocation row

And they let the clubs know their thoughts on social media after prices were confirmed.

One said: "52 quid for Celtic fans at Ibrox is absolutely ridiculous in the Scottish game.  

"Ticket prices are killing Scottish football".

Another commented: "£52 for a seat in a ground where the roof leaks."

One wrote: "£52 a ticket... they're taking the p***."

A fourth complained: "Both clubs ripping off the away support. Shameful."

Those away fans unable to make it to Ibrox for the big game will have the opportunity to take in the game from Celtic Park's Kerrydale Bar.

Tickets will cost just £5.