CELTIC have had four fixtures rescheduled due to Europa Conference League commitments and TV selections.

Ange Postecoglou's side have had the Scottish Premiership fixtures moved to Sunday matchdays after the New Year.

Celtic clashes against Motherwell, Dundee, Hibernian and Rangers have all been shifted as confirmed by the club and the SPFL.

Three of the four matches will be broadcast live after being selected for coverage on Sky Sports, with the Dundee match the only one not chosen.

As part of the fixture swap Celtic will now face Motherwell at 1.30pm on Sunday, February 6 at Fir Park.

In the same month it's a switch to a Sunday fixture against Dundee on Sunday, February 20.

Celtic are then back on Sky Sports for the visit to Easter Road to play Hibs on Sunday, February 27 with a midday kick-off.

The final re-arranged fixture is for the derby clash with Rangers in April.

The match at Ibrox has been moved to Sunday, April 3 with a 12pm kick-off.

The fixture has been selected for live broadcast coverage on Sky Sports.

Rescheduled Celtic fixture dates

Sunday, February 6 - Motherwell (A) 1.30pm - Live on Sky Sports

Sunday, February 20 - Dundee (H) 3pm

Sunday, February 27 - Hibernian (A) 12pm - Live on Sky Sports

Sunday, April 3 - Rangers (A) 12pm - Live on Sky Sports