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Celtic vs Aberdeen

Celtic vs Aberdeen: TV channel, live stream, team news and preview

11:30 GMT+3 31/07/2022
One of the competition's red-hot favourites gets their campaign underway on the road - here's everything you need to know

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Celtic will face Aberdeen on Sunday in their opening match of the 2022-23 Scottish Premiership season in Glasgow. The 2021-22 champions are out to mount a successful defence of the title they wrestled back from Rangers last season, and will be after the best start they can muster at Celtic Park.

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The hosts have been a dominant performer in this fixture over the years, winning six of their last seven - and the visitors have to go all the way back to 2018 to find the last time they came out on the right side of a scoreline.

Ahead of the game, GOAL has the details of how to watch on TV, stream online, team news and more.

Games Celtic vs Aberdeen
Date July 31, 2022
Times 11:30am ET, 8:30am PT
Stream fubo TV (start with a free trial)

TV channel, live stream and how to watch

In the United States (US), Scottish Premiership matches can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (start with a free trial).

New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV as well as on a web browser.

U.S. TV channelOnline stream
CBSSNfubo TV (start with a free trial)

Team news and rosters

PositionCeltic roster
Goalkeepers Hart, Bain, Siegrist
Defenders Jullien, Taylor, Starfelt, Jenz, Carter-Vickers, Bernabei, Murray, Ralston, Welsh, Juranović
Midfielders Mooy, Turnbull, McCarthy, Johnston, Ideguchi, Shaw, O'Riley, Robertson, Hatate, McGregor, Forrest
Forwards Giakoumakis, Furuhashi, Ajeti, Abada, Jota, Kenny, Maeda

A supreme 2021-22 campaign not only saw Celtic regather the Premiership crown, but also throw down a marker to the naysayers that they would not respond to Ange Postecoglou's style of football, completing a double with the League Cup to boot.

Now, the Greek-Australian has fettled his squad and will hope to take them even further this year - and could well draw inspiration from rivals Rangers' own continental exploits to make a great stab into Europe this term too.

Predicted Celtic starting XI: Hart; Juranovic, Carter-Vickers, Welsh, Taylor; McGregor, Turnbull, O'Riley; Jota, Furuhashi, Forrest

PositionAberdeen roster
Goalkeepers Lewis, Roos
Defenders MacKenzie, Scales, Stewart, Coulson, Richardson, Bates,
Midfielders McCrorie, Barron, Ramadani, Hayes, Polvara, Duncan, Milne


Miovski, Besuijen, Lopes, Watkins, McLennan, Kennedy, Roberts, Ramirez

A rough 2021-22 campaign saw Aberdeen just dodge the drop and the need to fight it out in the Premiership play-off final - and now they'll hope that with a new term, they can push on into a brighter future under a fresh guiding hand.

Jim Goodwin took the reins halfway through last season, and with a full schedule of games under his belt to get his side up and running, the ex-St Mirren boss will hope to be able to impart a little bit of joy back to life with the Dons.

Predicted Aberdeen starting XI: Lewis; Richardson, Stewart, Scales, Hancock; McCrorie, Ramadani; Kennedy, Besuijen, Hayes; Miovski.

Last five results

Celtic resultsAberdeen results
Celtic 2-0 Norwich (Jul 23)Aberdeen 3-0 Raith Rovers (Jul 24)
Legia Warsaw 2-2 Celtic (Jul 20)Stirling Albion 0-5 Aberdeen (Jul 19)
Celtic 2-2 Blackburn (Jul 16)Aberdeen 2-0 Dumbarton (Jul 13)
Baník Ostrava 2-4 Celtic (Jul 13)Peterhead 0-2 Aberdeen (Jul 10)
Rapid Wien 3-3 Celtic (Jul 9)Brechin City 1-7 Aberdeen (Jul 6)

Last five results

2/9/2022Aberdeen 2-3 Celtic
11/28/2021Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen
10/3/2021Aberdeen 1-2 Celtic
4/21/2021Aberdeen 1-1 Celtic
2/27/2021Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen