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Venue: Hampden Park, Glasgow
Date: Sunday 26 November
Kick-off: 15:00 GMT
Holders Celtic will attempt to retain the Scottish League Cup when they take on Motherwell in the final at Hampden Park on Sunday afternoon.
Brendan Rodgers’ side come into the game following a humiliating 7-1 defeat against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League and they will have to quickly put that disappointment behind them as they look to pick up their first piece of silverware this season.
Motherwell will be no easy task either and Stephen Robinson’s men will be eager to end the Bhoys’ record domestic unbeaten streak in style, having already beaten Aberdeen and Rangers en route to the final.
The first silverware of the Scottish football season is up for grabs as Motherwell and Celtic clash in the Betfred Cup Final at Hampden.
The two sides have yet to face off this season but they’ll be getting to know each other only too well this week with THREE meetings scheduled.
This afternoon is the big one though. For Motherwell it’s the chance to claim a first piece of silverware in 26 years and end Celtic ‘s sensational run of 64 domestic games unbeaten.
Immortality awaits the Well players and coaches if they can do so.
But Celtic are huge favourites to lift the famous old trophy. And, should they do so, Brendan Rodgers will become the first manager since Jock Stein to win four domestic trophies on the bounce.
It’s all set to be a cracker and we will be with you for all the build-up with the live blog kicking off at 1pm.
Motherwell midfielder and captain Carl McHugh: “It’s a great chance for us to go and do something, and we’re going there to win the game.
“What we’ve done all season is focus on what we can control, the key aspects of our performance that we’ve done well when we’ve won games this season. When we do what we’re good at, and play to our strengths, we’ve won a lot of games this season.
“[Beating Aberdeen] was an important result for us because we’d lost the previous two, and just to get us back in that bit of momentum. Not many teams go and win at Pittodrie, so we can take those positives into Sunday.”
Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong: “Motherwell are in good form, had a very good result up in Aberdeen. We’ll be up against a tough side and we’ll need to be at our best to get the win.
“Hampden has been a good ground for us – some happy memories, the Scottish Cup and League Cup finals last year were great triumphs for us – but it’s another new game, a new opponent, and every game is different.
“Motherwell are a good side. We’ll be looking forward to playing them, but having seem them, watch the results come and seeing little clips, and seeing them beat a strong Aberdeen team, they’re certainly a side to watch out for.”