'Special night' looms as Celtic aim to seal title
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Manager Ange Postecoglou wants Celtic to make it a special night for their fans on Wednesday by clinching the Scottish Premiership title.
Postecoglou's men are champions-elect as they lead Rangers by six points and 20 goals with two games remaining.
They can make it official with at least a point away to Dundee United, while defeat will be sufficient if Rangers fail to beat Ross County.
Our role is to make sure we continue with our good form, said Postecoglou.
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We have an opportunity to make it a special night for the football club and our supporters. I am sure they will enjoy it.
Celtic finished 25 points behind Rangers last season, with the majority of games played behind closed doors because of Covid-19 restrictions, before Postecoglou's arrival sparked a stirring revival.
The Greek-Australian is now on the brink of a double, having won the League Cup in December, in his debut campaign. Celtic are unbeaten in 30 Premiership games and have overhauled Europa League finalists Rangers, who held a six-point lead at the winter break.
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