CELTIC has insisted that it will determine the distribution of fan tickets before the rest of the season clashes with the old firm.
Rangers Managing Director Stuart Robertson claimed earlier this week that visiting supporters would return to both games.
But in a brief statement on social media, Celtic insisted that a final decision was yet to be made.
It states: “In addition to recent media reports regarding the allocation of tickets for spectators at Celtic Park, to clarify, Celtic determines the amount of money allocated to teams visiting Celtic Park and the future in due course. Will confirm the position for the matches. “
Both Old Firm Games have been played this season in front of a capable home crowd.
The Rangers beat Celtic 1-0 in Ibrox in August in their first fixture.
Hopes topped the league with a 3-0 victory over the Light Blues at Parkhead earlier this month.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team is set to host their Glasgow rivals again next month.
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And the campaign’s last Old Firm clash, which could determine the destination of the Premiership Trophy, will be played at Celtic Park after the split.
Speaking earlier this week, Robertson claimed that fans of the era would return to both matches.
He told Sky Sports“The next two games will be far apart.
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“We returned in August because of Covid’s condition, the two clubs came together and agreed that we would not take away the fans.
“Since we had the red zone, we weren’t sure what the situation was going to be for that period.
“So the fans will be away for the other two games.”
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However, the Rangers chief also claimed that this would be the smallest allocation ever seen in recent years.
And he admitted that he could not see her return to the level of thousands of supporters at Ibrox and Celtic Park.
He added: “No, it won’t happen this season. It will be the same allocation we have for the last two years.
“And going into next year and the years to come, as far as I can see, it will still be the same.”
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