- Rob Maclean
- Pat Nevin
- Liam McLeod
- Hugh McKenzie
Duration: 2 hours, 39 minutes
Scottish Communities League Cup Semi-Final
St Mirren v Celtic
Live from Hampden Park Glasgow.
The Lennons - Danny and Neil - come face to face at the National Stadium with a place in the League Cup Final at stake. Celtic are in the last sixteen of the Champions League having qualified from a tough group but the Paisley Saints will be hoping to capitalise on the Glasgow side's somewhat mixed domestic form. However, the Buddies haven't beaten Celtic since March 2010, a 4-0 victory in Paisley which ultimately resulted in the sacking of then-manager Tony Mowbray and Neil Lennon being appointed.
Celtic last lifted this trophy in 2009 with an extra-time victory over Rangers. St Mirren have never won the League Cup but were
most recently in the final three years ago, when they lost to Rangers.
In the last round, St Mirren came through a penalty shoot-out victory over Aberdeen, whilst Celtic enjoyed a comprehensive 5-0
win over St Johnstone.
Plus highlights of yesterday's semi-final from between Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Hearts and action from the weekend's
Introduced by Rob Maclean with Pat Nevin and Owen Coyle
Commentary from Liam McLeod and Craig Paterson.
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