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Sky Sports has confirmed six live Scottish football matches to be shown over the Christmas and early New Year period.

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Celtic: three new live fixtures confirmed for Sky Sports

Celtic: three new live fixtures confirmed for Sky Sports

The latest list of confirmations sees both of the Old Firm teams in action, plus coverage of the Edinburgh derby between Hibernian and Hearts.

Three of the newly-confirmed fixtures involve Premiership champions Celtic, including their trip to St Johnstone on Boxing Day. You can also see their games against Hearts (December 21) and St Mirren (January 5) live on Sky Sports.

We kick 2014 off in style with coverage of the Edinburgh derby on Thursday January 2, followed by two of the teams chasing European football - Motherwell and Inverness - live on Saturday January 4.

Sky Sports will also broadcast Rangers' final Scottish League One match of 2013 - away at Dunfermline - live on Monday December 30.

Sky Sports will show 30 live Scottish Football matches this season, as part of a schedule that also includes games from the Barclays Premier League, Sky Bet Football League, UEFA Champions League, Capital One Cup, La Liga and international matches.

Newly-confirmed live Scottish Football matches on Sky Sports:

Saturday 21 December: Celtic v Hearts (12.15pm)

Thursday 26 December: St Johnstone v Celtic (3pm)

Monday 30 December: Dunfermline v Rangers (7.45pm)

Thursday 2 January: Hibernian v Hearts (7.45pm)

Saturday 4 January: Motherwell v Inverness C T (12.45pm)

Sunday 5 January: St Mirren v Celtic (12.45pm)

Click here for a list of all confirmed football matches to be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

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ood list, some crackers in there. For me, I'd have had Steve McManaman for Liverpool away at Celtic in the UEFA cup in 1997. I was in the ground that night and everyone kept screaming at him to make a pass, but he just kept going and going and going...brilliant, and in the dying minutes too.

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