CELTIC fans shouldn't find it too hard to get tickets for the Hoops' Scottish Cup quarter-final against St Johnstone.

Neil Lennon's side take on the Saints at McDiarmid Park on 1 March when the two clubs will battle it out for a place in the final four of Scotland's national cup.

And Celtic fans hoping to make the trip through to Perth have now received a boost with the news that away supporters are to be given THREE stands for the cup tie.

Glasgow Times:

In a statement published on the club's website, the Saints confirmed that the "trial stadium arrangements" that were in place the last time the two teams met at McDiarmid Park will once again be given the go-ahead.

That means that the home crowd will be housed in just one stand - with Celtic fans taking up the other three.

The North, East and Ormond stands have been reserved for travelling fans and Saints supporters will be in the Main stand.