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Celtic 5 - 0 Inverness

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Home start for the champions

Celtic begin their quest for three-in-a-row with a home game against Ross County on Saturday August 3.

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Lennon with SPL trophy

Lennon with SPL trophy

Neil Lennon's side were due to be at Pakrhead for their first two games, but the August 10 meeting with St Mirren will be rescheduled because of a clash with the friendly against Liverpool in Dublin.

The Hoops take to the road for the first time in the 2013-14 campaign with a trip to Aberdeen on August 17 and it's back to familiar territory against Inverness a week later.

With the continued absence of Rangers, the only top-flight Glasgow derby will see Celtic and Partick Thistle do battle over four matches, the first of these on Saturday, October 26.

Over Christmas Celtic entertain troubled Hearts at Parkhead on December 21 before taking to the road to face St Johnstone on Boxing Day and Inverness three days later.

And the Hoops complete the pre-split season with a trip to old Bhoy Jackie McNamara's Dundee United on Saturday, April 5.

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