It qualified for the Celtic and Aberdeen finals as the semifinals of Wikipedia’s second Scottish Cup.
The winner will face Robbie Nilsson’s Hearts after Khilan defeated rival Hibs 2-1 in the final on Saturday night.
It’s been seven days since the last meeting between the two, but they’re trying to make an unprecedented quadruple treble with the Hoops, and the Dones have been hoping to win their first Scottish Cup since 1990.
Last Sunday, they had a game of the season in an incredible match that took more twists and turns than Kirksrook.
Neil Lennon started with Neer Beaton at the defensive center after Chris Azer’s injury got him out, but his team was strengthened by putting Tazd Odson Edward back in front.
Derek McInes brought Sam Cosgrove and Scott Wright back into the offensive lineup and Marley Watkins came back from his injury and added speed to the reprimand list. Johnny Hayes is completely out of the team.
Celtic: Bain, Duffy, Beaton, Brown, Christie, Rogic, Eduard, Illinois, Frimpong, McGregor, Lakshalt. Subs: Barkas, Taylor, Griffiths, AJT, Kalimala, Soro, Turnbull, Nticham, Elhemad.
Aberdeen: Lewis, Hoban, Considine, Hedges, Taylor, Cosgrove, Ferguson, Wright, Kennedy, McCrio, Watkins. Subs: Woods, Logan, Legg, Devlin, Ozo, Maine, McGinn, McLennan, Edmundson.
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