CELTIC have announced they will face off against Hibs and Ross County ahead of the Scottish Premiership restart.

Neil Lennon's team will meet County on Sunday, July 26 before taking on Hibernian on Monday, July 27.

Both matches will be streamed on Celtic TV.

A club statement said: "Celtic return to Paradise for two pre-season friendly matches against Ross County this Sunday, July 26 (KO: 1pm) and Hibernian on Monday, July 27 (KO: 1.30pm).

"Neil Lennon’s side will use these two games as further preparation ahead of the start of the Premiership season, when the Scottish champions face Hamilton at home on Sunday, August 2.

“The Hoops have already played three tough games in France this month, against Nice, Lyon and Paris Saint-Germain, and on Sunday they take on the Highland side. The following day, Jack Ross’ Hibernian team will be the visitors to Paradise.

"Both of these games, against Ross County on Sunday and Hibernian on Monday, will be played behind closed doors and supporters are urged NOT to come to the stadium."