CELTIC welcome St Johnstone to Parkhead tomorrow evening as Scott Brown plays his last home game for the club.

Brown, who will depart for a player/coach role with Aberdeen in the summer, will intend on making his last match at a ground that has been home for 14 years a winning one.

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The visitors have much to play for themselves, with Scottish Cup final places up for grabs.

Callum Davidson’s remarkable first season in the dugout rumbled on last weekend when his side beat St Mirren in the Scottish Cup semi-final to keep their hopes of a cup double alive.

Here is all you need to know ahead of the match.

When will the game take place?

The match will kick-off at 6.30pm on Wednesday, May 12 at Celtic Park.

What TV channel is the game on?

The match will not be shown on live TV. Celtic season ticket holders will be able to watch the game via their Pass to Paradise, while Saints TV users will be able to access live audio coverage from the match.

What is the team news?

Callum McGregor was sent off in Celtic’s last league match against Rangers, so will be unavailable for selection. Shane Duffy had his loan spell with Celtic terminated in midweek.

Glasgow Times:

St Johnstone semi-final star Glen Middleton, who got a goal and assist from the bench at the weekend, could start the match.