Hibernian have finalised plans for their pay-per-view service for tomorrow’s game against Celtic.
Neil Lennon takes his Hoops to his old club knowing that a win will cut the gap at the top of the table to six points.
It promises to be a strange afternoon in the sense that its a major league game taking place at 3pm, that’s not on television.
But Sky’s decision to show Rangers vs Aberdeen on Sunday instead means that Celtic fans will have to log on to the Leith side’s PPV site to watch the game.
And Hibs have revealed some of the more intricate details about tomorrow’s service.
Here’s what you need to know.
John Collins and John Hughes involved
Anyone wanting to watch the game via Hibernian’s service can go to this site and register their details.
You can purchase tomorrow’s stream right now, or nearer kick-off time.
It is priced at £15 – the same amount that Ross County charged back in September.
Hibs TV presenter David Tanner confirmed on Friday evening that he will be joined in studio by former Celtic men John Collins and John Hughes.
The only way to see @HibernianFC v @CelticFC, is on #HibsTV.
John Collins and Yogi Hughes in studio, commentary from @The_Tman10 and @cliffpike.
Click below for details of how to watch @HibsMatch. 👇🏻 https://t.co/jr8UqRzCV4
— David Tanner (@DavidTannerTV) November 20, 2020
Collins and Hughes are well liked figures at both Hibernian and Celtic so it will be great to hear their views on tomorrow’s game.
Let’s just hope they’re looking back on a positive Hoops result come 5 o’clock.