Sport Celtic's Scott Brown set for suspension reprieve

18:35  16 april  2017
18:35  16 april  2017 Source:   Press Association

Celtic's Scott Brown set for suspension reprieve

  Celtic's Scott Brown set for suspension reprieve Celtic skipper Scott Brown was sent off in the closing moments of their 2-2 draw with Ross County - but the Easter holidays are set to save him from suspension for their William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers. Brown was shown a straight red card for a wild challenge on Liam Boyce, who had converted a controversial penalty moments earlier to consign Celtic to a third draw in six Ladbrokes Premiership games.

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Celtic skipper Scott Brown was sent off in the closing moments of their 2-2 draw with Ross County - but the Easter holidays are set to save him from suspension for their William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers.

Brown was shown a straight red card for a wild challenge on Liam Boyce, who had converted a controversial penalty moments earlier to consign Celtic to a third draw in six Ladbrokes Premiership games.

That will trigger a two-match ban but, because Monday is a holiday, clubs were told in advance by the Scottish Football Association that all "fast-track" hearings for incidents this weekend will take place on April 27, five days after the semi-final.

It is understood Celtic will appeal against Brown's red card, meaning he will definitely be available for next Sunday's Hampden clash.

Celtic fans around the world react to big win over Rangers .
Celtic continued to march on towards a famous domestic treble in Brendan Rodgers’ debut season as manager, courtesy of a convincing 2-0 win over Rangers at Hampden Park in the Scottish Cup semi-final. The Bhoys were the better side from the get-go and took the lead after just 11 minutes when Callum McGregor’s brilliantly placed effort beat Wes Foderingham in the Rangers net. Rodgers’ side were on cruise control from then on and were gifted an opportunity to double their lead when James Tavernier recklessly brought down Leigh Griffiths in the box, with Scott Sinclair putting the game beyond any doubt from the spot. Celtic now face Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup final and have a chance to complete a clean sweep for the first time since 2001 – and Celtic fans all over the world were celebrating the game in style! Twitter:

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