Celtic fans can order pay-per-view for this Saturday’s match away to Ross County by registering on the Highland club’s streaming website.

The stream is available for purchase already and will cost supporters in the UK & Ireland £15 to watch.

The programme has a start time of 2:15pm on RCFCTV ahead of a 3pm kick-off in Dingwall.

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A punditry team of Jamie Lyall, Stephen Craig and Rory Hamilton will be in place – joined for the occasion by Bhoys icon John Hartson.

The Scottish Premiership side are anticipating big numbers of Celtic supporters to be watching and have been good enough to add a Hoops slant to the coverage.

Chairman Roy MacGregor told The Press & Journal earlier this week: “I would expect we will have a five-figure audience for the Celtic game, which is based on Celtic viewing figures.

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“There will be an excess of 10,000 people watching it on pay per view at a cost of £15. The home team keeps the gate, less the cost of the production which they provide.

“We have tried to put a joint show on, where there will be a balanced view for the Celtic fans that can’t make it to the game. Personally I have found it challenging that there has been no atmosphere though. It’s a bit surreal.”

For Celtic supporters outside of the UK & Ireland, the match will be available for live streaming on Celtic TV.

The fixture will not be broadcast on Sky Sports or the Bhoys’ ‘Pass to Paradise’ service.

Celtic in action against Ross County

Celtic in action against Ross County / (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

It could be argued £15 is a steep price for a Scottish Premiership fixture but it’s less than a physical match ticket and I’m sure there’ll be plenty keen to watch the Bhoys and provide a cash injection into the game.

Whether 10,000 will be watching on is another matter, that seems to be an ambitious target for MacGregor and his club.

Most importantly, Neil Lennon’s team need to get a bit of momentum going after the international break and nothing less than a win will suffice.

In other news, Barry Ferguson has backed nephew Lewis to shine at Celtic.

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