The BBC will air a special Sportscene programme this weekend looking back at the Scottish Premiership season so far and Celtic’s march to the top of the league table.
The studio show will be on the BBC Scotland channel at 19:15 and is scheduled to run for a bumper one hour and forty-five minutes, according to the listing on the programme’s website.
It follows on from the broadcaster’s review of the Championship on Sunday past, which was hosted by ex-player Steven Thompson and featured panellists such as Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson.
Who the guests might be for this latest broadcast is currently unknown.
Regardless of who is involved, it should be a good watch for fans of Celtic.
Neil Lennon’s Bhoys were absolutely flying by the time action was suspended, winning almost every week and picking up a derby win against Rangers at Ibrox as well as a League Cup at Hampden against the same outfit.
Celtic are, at this point, effectively the nine-in-a-row champions-elect.
Everyone’s preference is that football resumes before too long in a safe environment but if that’s not possible, the review show should be further proof that Celtic are worthy title winners.
With action completely absent right now it’ll be good to have a look back at Celtic’s season so far and enjoy some highlights of the team’s best moments.