ScotRail has issued a warning to train passengers ahead of two huge events in Glasgow.

The travel company has said they expect a 'busy' night on Wednesday, February 28, as Celtic are set to take on Dundee at Celtic Park at 7.45pm and Niall Horan will be performing at the city's OVO Hydro as well. 

Due to this, the travel firm has advised passengers to buy tickets in advance to avoid queues.

A spokesperson for ScotRail said: "It's a busy one in Glasgow tomorrow (Wednesday, February 28) with Celtic Football Club playing Dundee Football Club at Celtic Park and Niall Horan is performing at the OVO Hydro.

"Avoid ticket queues by buying mTickets in advance on the ScotRail app."