League action takes a back seat this weekend and it's all eyes on the Scottish Cup.

Brendan Rodgers' perfect cup record as Celtic manager was destroyed earlier in the campaign as the League Cup holders exited that tournament at the last-16 stage after defeat to Kilmarnock.

So, the Irishman will undoubtedly want to make up for that blemish on his CV by leading Celtic to another cup final on Saturday, May 25 next month.

Bottom-six Aberdeen stands in their way, with stand-in boss Peter Leven preparing to walk his side out at Hampden for their semi-final date with the Hoops.

Here's everything you need to know about this one...

When is Aberdeen vs Celtic?

Aberdeen will take on Celtic in the semi-finals of the cup TOMORROW - Saturday, April 20. 

The game will kick-off at 12.30pm

It will be played at Hampden Park, Glasgow.

Is Aberdeen vs Celtic on TV and can I live stream it? 

Yes, thankfully this game will be showcased live on television. It will be shown both via a subscription channel and on terrestrial TV.

Premier Sports and BBC Scotland hold the rights to broadcast the game. 

Coverage on both channels behind at 12pm - allowing for half an hour of build-up before kick-off.

For those looking to live stream the event, the game will be available on BBC iPlayer. Alternatively, for Premier subscribers, they will be able to stream the game via the channel's website.

Team news

It's not looking good for Daizen Maeda, who dropped out of Celtic's squad completely last weekend due to a hamstring injury. 

It's worried that the Japanese forward could miss the remainder of the season for the champions. 

It is good news elsewhere though, with Cameron Carter-Vickers, Reo Hatate and Callum McGregor all continuing their return to first-team action during last week's routine victory over St Mirren.

Luis Palma also returned with an appearance off the bench after around a month out. 

It's expected Rodgers will provide a full fitness update when he speaks to the press on Friday, with Liam Scales another who missed last week.

The Dons will be without captain Graeme Shinnie, who is suspended following too many bookings earlier in the competition.