A fantastic battling display by Dundee United as they grabbed a result few would have predicted. Thanks for joining me this afternoon, I hope you enjoyed the coverage.
90+4 It is all over and what a result that is for Dundee United. They were up against for large parts of the second half but showed great will and determination to see out the victory. That now ensure Europa League football for Peter Houston's side next season.
Celtic's last chance now surely as Mulgrew lofts a free kick forward from midfield. Watt gets his head to it, but has no angle to aim for and it goes wide.
The hosts are able to relax as play moves into Celtic's half.
Watt shows great skill inside the box but is just unable to find a teammate as he pulls it back across the middle. The hosts are showing fantastic stubbornness to deny Celtic.
United lose possession and Izaguirre breaks forward on the left. His cross is headed out by Kenneth but the ball is not safe. The ball finds the feet of Izaguirre again, but it is Watson with the clearance this time.
Another good chance for Dundee Utd to extend their lead. Russell is breaking through on goal Mulgrew excellently deflects his shot for a corner. The set piece is cleared but it is not long before the hosts return with an attacking throw on the left.
Time is running out for Celtic now and they are currently having to defend.
Daly misses a great chance to make sure of the win for the hosts as his touch lets him down from Rankin's chipped cross.
Dundee United with the ball now, and they're doing well to keep it under the pressure of Celtic.
83 Celtic are moving the ball with purpose as they desperately search for an equaliser. Rankin puts an end to their passing move, however, with a cruching challenge on Ledley which merits a yellow card.
82 Final change for Dundee United now, Kenneth coming on for Gunning.
The chances are arriving more frequently now for Celtic, and they go extremely close to equalising, but Hooper's shot from the right is driven narrowly wide.
Watt feeds Commons with a nice little pass. The attacking midfielder goes for goal again but Dillon is there to make another decisive block.
A mistake from Lustig hands possession to the hosts on the left wing, but Russell can't take advantage and Celtic take over possession again.
Celtic claim for another penalty from the following corner, but Lustig is rather looking for it and goes down very easily. Attack breaks down and another spell of Celtic dominance comes to an end with no goal.
Commons is well placed to have a shot on the edge of the area but his effort is well blocked. The ball falls to Izaguirre, who runs towards the byline before crossing. His cross appears to strike Watson's arm as it deflects for a corner but it looked completely accidental and the decision not to award a penalty was probably a correct one.
Hooper controls the ball well before passing to Watt. The youngster looks up and tries to find Commons who is running into the box in space but the cross is overhit and Commons struggles to keep the ball in play.
A late challenge from Wanyama draws boos from the home fans who believe he should recieve a second yellow card.
72 The Hoops are making a substitution now, McGeogh replacing Brown.
Celtic just can't find that quality in the final third. Izaguirre's cross isn't cleared and finds its way to the opposite wing for Lustig to cross back in. However, the defender's cross is disappointing and is not close enough to any Celtic heads.
Celtic have enjoyed a lion's share of 68% possession so far in this game, but have absolutely nothing to show for it. Brown attempts to take matters into his own hands but his powerful drive is mishit and goes high and wide.
68 Dundee Utd break up play with another sub, this time Russell coming on for Mackay-Stevens.
Izaguirre crosses from the left but it is headed clear. The ball is collected by Ledley who tries to put the ball back in the box but it ends up out for a goal kick.
65 Watson comes on for Neilson in a Dundee Utd change.
Another good chance for Dundee Utd on the counter attack. They attack from the left and Daly's good movement sees him in a good position in the box ahead of Mulgrew when the cross come in. He tries to touch it towards the goal, but his effort is quite feeble and Mulgrew is able to recover and deflect. Rankin then goes for goal on the rebound but fires wide under the challenge of Wanyama.
63 Wanyama recieves the game's first yellow card following an unfair and dangerous challenge on Rankin in the build up to the attack.
Dundee United get forward and Mackay-Stevens gets himself into a shooting position, but the angle is tough and he blazes over.
Neillson scuffs a clearance out of play, handing Celtic a throw on the left side of midfield.
The corner is too long and Celtic are unable to make the most of the chance.
Mulgrew chips a good looking cross into the box, but Dillon beats Hooper to head the ball out for a corner.
Ledley swings the free kick towards the back post. Watt gets up to head it across goal but the ball had passed the by-line. Goal kick.
Watt looks lively on the right wing, and Dillon keeps hold of his shirt to stop him going past him. Free kick from the right wing for Celtic.
54 Wanyama will be coming on to replace him.
Rogne is on the floor for Celtic, and it looks as though he may have to come off.
Watt doesn't waste time in going for goal again, this time with his right foot. He hits it low towards the left corner but Pernis is again able to save.
Watt has his first chance since coming on, heading towards goal from a cross on the right, but Pernis holds.
Mulgrew tries to attack the corner at the far post, but it results in another corner. Mulgrew gets to the ball again this time, but blazes over from close range.
Brown feeds Lustig on the right. The defender's first touch is excellent and he then sets Hooper free in the box, who settles for a corner after he was prevented a goal-scoring chance.
Dixon attacks the left wing well, running to the byline and delivering a cross. It is just slightly overhit though, and Forster has a goal kick.
Robertson lashes over from well outside the box.
46 Celtic kick off the second half after making a change. Stokes, who had picked up a knock in the first half, is being replaced by exciting youngster Tony Watt, who hit an impressive two goals after coming off the bench on his debut.
As you might expect, the odds have changed drastically on the result of this match after the first half. Dundee Utd are now 11/10 favourites to win the match. Celtic are 9/4 to turn the game around, while the draw is available at the same price. Kris Commons was looking very dangerous towards the end of the half, and his price of 7/1 to score the next goal looks too good to ignore.
45+3 The half time whistle blows, and Dundee United lead Celtic 1-0 through Robertson's headed goal from a corner. Celtic have played okay, but have lacked a spark going forward.
Commons is superb as he tries to find an equaliser for the visitors. Firstly, his powerful shot from outside the area is paried safe by Pernis, and then his dangerous centre from the right side of the box is unlucky not to result in a goal, with Stokes unable to capitalise the great opportunity.
Celtic have another corner on the right, which Stokes takes this time. His cross is cleared as far as Ledley, who tries to swing the ball back into the box, but Pernis rises with authority to claim it.
Lustig is penalised for impeding Mackay-Stevens, who had hit a nice little touch over the defender to try and get past him.
Commons finds Stokes well on the right, who settles for a corner. Ryan clears the cross and United come away with the ball.
Dundee Utd pass back to Pernis from a Neilson throw. A bit of a scrap for the ball in the centre follows and results in a Celtic free kick, which comes to nothing.
Izaguirre crosses from the left, but lofts it a bit too high, and it is comfortable for Pernis to claim ahead of Hooper.
Neilson has a long throwing opportunity on the right wing, but chooses to go short and United susequently lose the ball.
Dundee United are doing their best to hold onto the ball, eager to keep their lead until half time.
Lustig recieves treatment for a knock, but will be okay to continue.
Hooper goes for goal from outside the area. He hits it low, connecting well but Pernis gets down to block and then smothers the ball.
Izaguirre crosses from the left, and a nervy moment for the hosts follows as Dillon hits the air with his attempted clearance. Fortunately for the defender, the ball continues out of play for a goal kick.
Daly's header forward into the box puts Celtic in a tricky defensive position but Brown marshalls the ball out for a goal kick expertly.
Mackay-Stevens is penalised for a push on the back of Lustig.
Dundee Utd advance forward but Rankin's pass towards Daly is too weak and Celtic regain possession.
Commons' corner finds the six-yard box, and Hooper turns to finish bu Pernis is sharp off his line to deny him. United then scrap it clear.
Celtic win a corner as Commons' effort on goal is deflected following Hooper's chested lay off.
Stokes gets the better of Gunning to deliver a great ball into the box, but it appeared as if nobody was expecting it and Dundee Utd are grateful to collect possession.
Celtic combine well in midfield, and Lustig swings in an attractive cross into the box from the right, but no-one connects and a goal kick is the result.
Ledley concedes a foul in Dundee Utd's half, allowing the hosts to have the ball again.
Celtic show some urgency going forward following the goal but are still unable to unlock United's defence.
Dundee Utd win a corner, and it is Scott Robertson who rises to head the ball into the bottom left corner. He was well marked but was compeletely unchallenged, which will disappoint Neil Lennon.
21 GOAL - ROBERTSON!
The hosts exchange a few nice passes in the middle of the park, and are keeping the ball well in Celtic's half.
Dundee Utd have a throw on the left wing.
The match so far has been largely based in the middle of the park, with neither side showing much creativity.
Mackay-Stevens turns Lustig brilliantly, before drawing a foul from a defender on the right.
Celtic are keeping possession in Dundee Utd's half, patiently waiting for an opportunity to present itself, but the pressure ends with Matthews conceding a throw.
Dixon searches for Flood, who had made a run towards the left wing, but the assistant raises his flag for offside.
Celtic look reasonably comfortable in possession so far but have been unable to create any noteworthy chances of yet. Matthews does well to reach the ball on the right byline but can't keep his cross in play.
Celtic have a free kick deep in their own half, which Forster pumps forward.
Commons' corner is met by Lustig, but the final touch comes off Izaguirre before going out for a goal kick.
Best move of the game so far. Brown accelerates to reach the ball in the centre before handing possession over Commons. Commons hits a lovely through ball for Hooper in the box and the striker tries to square it for Stokes but the ball is deflected for a corner.
Robertson shows a nice touch in the middle of the park before passing to Mackay-Stevens on the right flank. The winger's cross, however, travels harmlessly out of play.
Brown looks for Stokes on the left wing but overhits his lofted pass quite severely.
Celtic come forward again but Izaguirre's cross is misjudged and goes out for a goal kick.
Matthews tries to cut inside from the right wing but Mackay-Stevens reads the play well, intercepts and clears.
Celtic attack on the right with Matthews but Stokes can't control the ball and Dundee Utd have a goal kick.
Hooper is walking a bit gingerly following some good link up with Matthews on the right.
Dixon swings it in from the right but Ledley gets his head to it to clear.
The game has started in Celtic's half, and they have now conceded a free-kick in a good position for the hosts.
Dundee Utd get us underway at Tannadice.
A last minute change to Celtic's line up, Loovens has pulled a hamstring in the warm up and will be replaced by Rogne.
Norman Clark writes: "Utd will win 3-0 against an understrength Celtic team."
Today's referee is Iain Brines.
As promised, here are the teams...
Dundee Utd: Pernis, Neilson, Dillon, Gunning, Dixon, Mackay-Steven, Flood, Robertson, Rankin, Ryan, Daly. Subs: Banks, Kenneth, Swanson, Watson, Russell, Armstrong, Dow.
Celtic: Forster, Lustig, Loovens, Mulgrew, Matthews, Brown, Ledley, Izaguirre, Commons, Stokes, Hooper. Subs: Zaluska, Bangura, Rogne, Watt, Ibrahim, McGeouch, Wanyama.
Paul Hasson writes: "good game on the cards utd usually play good open football however the champs to win 2-1 today samaras double and daly. hail hail end the season with 96points."
Craig Henderson writes: "Looking for something from brozek and bangura today to justify the signings. Cmon the hoops!!!"
Kevin Miller writes: "come on the hoops easy 3-1 victory today."
Connor Kerr writes: "Celtic to win 2-1 commons to score first goal. Hail hail."
Sky Bet have unsuprisingly made Celtic odds-on favourites to take all the points here this afternoon. They are priced at 4/6. If you fancy a upset, Dundee United can be backed at 4/1, while the draw is available at 11/4. Celtic have kept a clean sheet in each of their last five league games and the odds of 15/8 for them to win to nil is appealing. As for the scoreline, my tip would be to go for a 3-0 victory for the champions, which is available at 11/1. To have a look at all the available markets on this match, visit www.skybet.com
Hosts Dundee United will be desperate to ensure there isn't a repeat of their performance last weekend, when they were trounced 5-0 by the blue half of Glasgow. However, they have it all to do against Celtic who are in fantastic form and are looking to end their championship winning season in style. Team news coming right up.
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