Celtic: Podcaster issues rallying cry as latest home game set to be a sell-out

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Podcaster Hamish Carton has taken to Twitter to encourage Celtic fans to pack out Celtic Park later this month after another home game was reported as a sell-out.

Celtic managed to pick up a hugely important victory last Saturday away to Livingston as it was their first in the league at the Tony Macaroni Arena since 2006 and this also saw their lead at the top of the SPFL remain at three points.

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The Bhoys now have just three games left of the regular SPFL season, with two of them being clashes at home to Ross County and St Johnstone, but it’s the former which is the biggest one at the minute, as it’s the next one up in the SPFL and is now a sell-out.

Carton has urged Celtic fans to pack out their home ground on 19th March as he believes ‘we’re on the cusp of something special’, so the players will need every single fan behind them.

He wrote on Twitter: “Great stuff this. Really hope we actually see the place packed for this game as well as the St Johnstone one. Feels like we’re on the cusp of something special.”

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The Bhoys do have to play at home for two out of their remaining three regular fixtures, however, their one away game is the most daunting one they could have asked for, away to city and league rivals Rangers – and if Celtic are unable to avoid defeat, the Gers could go level on points.

After these three league matches, the SPFL will be split into half so there are still eight games left to play overall, which is a lot of points, but given that Ange Postecoglou’s side have not lost a game since September, it would be hard to disagree that the SPFL title could be heading back to Celtic Park in May.

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