Ross County have advised Celtic supporters to “be prepared” for tomorrow’s clash between the sides in the Highlands.
Neil Lennon’s men visit Dingwall for the Saturday 3pm kick-off, with the match not being shown live by Sky Sports.
That means that the home side’s pay-per-view stream will be the only way fans in the UK can watch the match.
Under new COVID rules, clubs can sell one-off PPV streams to non-season ticket holders – meaning that Hoops fans will be able to buy match access directly from County.
But the hosts have warned the Celtic faithful to get in early and reserve their access – as they took to Twitter on Friday morning.
Head to https://t.co/J8fl6mLwjo to reserve your PPV access to Ross County v Celtic tomorrow…
— Ross County FC (@RossCounty) September 11, 2020
How can you reserve access for County vs Celtic?
If you’d like to make sure of your (virtual) seat for the game, you can go onto County’s PPV website now.
From there, you register with your name and email, before buying tomorrow’s match which is priced at £15.
There is no great rush to register, as County won’t be capping the number of viewers for tomorrow’s game.
However, sorting your pass early could make sure you are close to the front of the queue.
It would also be advisable for fans to log on as early as possible, with the pre-match coverage starting 45 minutes before kick-off.
On the site, there is also an option to switch between ‘home team video’ and ‘away team video’. This will hopefully mean that there will be Celtic specific coverage for the fixture.
Setup is quick and easy, and will make sure you get to see the Hoops in all their glory tomorrow.