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Scottish Cook Is Manchester City’s Answer to HaalandThe Scottish Cup, commonly referred to as the Challenge Cup, is an annual knock-out football tournament for men’s teams in Scotland. Established in 1873, it’s the second oldest competition of its type within association football.

The winner of the Scottish Cup advances to one of Europe’s major competitions the following season. It offers teams an exceptional chance to gain valuable experience and win some silverware.


Today Hearts hope to put a major obstacle in the way of Celtic’s attempt at the Treble when they travel to Tynecastle Park for the quarter-finals. After giving Celtic an unexpected scare midweek, Hearts now aim to take control of this encounter and secure victory.

Robbie Neilson has kept all his regular players in the squad despite a spate of fitness issues. Lawrence Shankland remains uncertain after missing the midweek match with an ankle injury, but Alex Cochrane is fit and Robert Snodgrass looks set to return.

Hearts face an uphill battle as they find themselves a goal down after Celtic striker Aaron Mooy and Kyogo Furuhashi put the Hoops ahead early and late.

Joe Hart makes a sensational save to keep his side in the game with an impressive save from Toby Sibbick’s low strike. Reo Hatate is then denied by Zander Clark’s brilliant stop from Kyogo’s flick in the home box.

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Celtic has an impressive head-to-head record against Hearts. In the last six meetings, they’ve won three of those six matches and drawn three others.

Celtic are a Scottish Premiership team led by Ange Postecoglou and have won 50 league championships since 1966. As one of the biggest clubs in Scottish football, they have achieved great success under Postecoglou’s guidance.

The Hoops are currently on a nine-game winning streak and have scored more goals than they’ve allowed, putting them on course to become the first team ever to win back-to-back league titles.

Celtic-Rangers rivalry is one of the oldest in sports, with both teams enjoying a long and storied history. Their fierceness is driven by several factors such as religion, identity and politics.

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Head-to-Head record

Celtic will look to extend their impressive run against Hearts when they take on them in a Scottish Premiership match at Celtic Park on Wednesday. Last weekend, the Hoops scored five goals against St Mirren to extend their unbeaten streak in league play to twenty matches this season.

They will be looking to continue their excellent form against Hearts, who have also won their last three league games. The Jambos will be seeking victory in their second game back in the top flight since returning and have had only two losses out of 29 league matches so far this season.

Rangers and Celtic have met 432 times in all competitions over the years, with Rangers holding the edge when it comes to Old Firm derbies with 168 wins against Celtic and 102 draws. But this is still very close; Celtic have been closing in on their rivalry lately – so expect an exciting game when these two meet again!


After their thrilling 3-0 win against St Johnstone, Hearts will be looking for more when they take on Celtic in the Scottish Cup quarter-final. But Robbie Neilson’s men will face a formidable Celtic side that has won six of its last seven home matches and is on an incredible run in the league too.

The Jambos have won five of their last six league games at Tynecastle Park and will be looking to build on that victory against Hearts in this matchup. Josh Ginnelly scored one goal during their last encounter against Glasgow and will be a key figure for Hearts in this clash.

Celtic once again displayed their defence-shredding prowess at the weekend when they crushed St Mirren 5-1. With 82 goals in 26 Premiership matches this season, they’ll look to add to that total against Hearts at Celtic Park on Wednesday night.

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