Celtic pair Alistair Johnston and Cameron Carter-Vickers could both be fighting it out for an international trophy in Las Vegas at the end of the season.

The Hoops defensive duo have been immense contributors this season as Celtic hunt another domestic treble.

And their good form has extended to their national sides too, with Johnston and Carter-Vickers both featuring in the World Cup in Qatar.

Curacao v Canada - CONCACAF Nations League Group C
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Johnston is a regular for Canada at right-back while Carter-Vickers has featured on occasion for the United States.

Both national sides will take part in the CONCACAF Nations League Finals in Vegas this summer, after securing qualification this week.

On June 18, at the Allegiant Stadium in the fittingly-named Paradise, the USA will take on Mexico and Canada will face Panama.

If Canada and the USA progress then they will face off three days later at the same venue, with a trophy on the line.

Carter-Vickers missed out on the recent USA squad, but that was understood to have been due to a slight knock.

Cameron Carter-Vickers of USA seen during the FIFA World Cup...
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He will likely be fit for the final-four tournament, and could meet Johnston in the Vegas sunshine.

The CONCACAF Gold Cup will also take place between late-June and mid-July, with the pair likely to be involved there too.

Let’s hope they’re both treble winners by that stage.

In other news, Barry Robson took a leaf out of Ange Postecoglou’s book on Wednesday

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