CELTIC take on Inverness Caledonian Thistle at Hampden on Saturday in the Scottish Cup final. Can Ange Postecoglou's side complete their latest treble? Can Inverness Caley upset the odds and repeat their trophy heroics of 2015?

Scottish Cup finals are not short of drama. Here we look at six of the best.

St Johnstone 1-0 Hibernian: May 22, 2021

BIG Shaun Rooney, now playing for Scott Brown at Fleetwood Town FC, had a distinct taste for the showpiece occasion. Having previously headed the winner in the Scottish League Cup final against Livingston, he then scored the winning goal in the 31st minute of this Scottish Cup final. The Saints became only the fourth club in Scotland to do this particular double, and the first team outside the Old Firm to land the two major cup trophies in Scotland since Aberdeen in 1989/90.

Hibernian 3-2 Rangers: May 21, 2016

The Herald: Anthony Stokes holds the trophy aloftAnthony Stokes holds the trophy aloft (Image: Alan Harvey SNS Group)

ONE of the most dramatic finals of all time. Anthony Stokes (above) gave Hibs an early lead, Kenny Miller and Andy Halliday nosed Rangers in front, Stokes equalised ten minutes from time. Then David Gray leapt to head home Liam Henderson's 92nd minute corner for the winning goal.

The Herald: David Gray's winning goal for Hibs against RangersDavid Gray's winning goal for Hibs against Rangers (Image: Alan Harvey/SNS Group)

Hibs' agonising 114-year wait for a Scottish Cup triumph was suddenly at an end. Cue fan bedlam on the pitch. Little wonder this game was voted BBC Sport readers' favourite Scottish Cup final, back in 2021.

Motherwell 4-3 Dundee United, May 18, 1991The Herald: Jubilant Motherwell players celebrate with the trophyJubilant Motherwell players celebrate with the trophy (Image: SNS Group)

DUNDEE United were led out by manager Jim McLean. His younger brother Tommy was in charge of Motherwell. It was an extraordinary final, laden with seven goals and nail-biting tension, and was exhilarating to watch. Motherwell were 3-1 up but United fought back tenaciously to level the score and force the game into extra time. Stevie Kirk's decisive 94th minute header prompted the BBC match commentator to declare: "The superb sub has done it again and Motherwell are back in front!". The Steelmen held their nerve to win.

Aberdeen 4-1 Rangers, May 22, 1982

The Herald: Gordon Strachan celebrates Aberdeen's momentous victoryGordon Strachan celebrates Aberdeen's momentous victory (Image: Newsquest)

TWENTY thousand Aberdeen fans lingered at Hampden to laud their heroes - and manager Alex Ferguson - after a stirring 4-1 defeat of Rangers. The teams were drawing 1-1 at the end of normal time but extra-time saw Aberdeen run riot, scoring through Mark McGhee, Gordon Strachan and Neale Cooper. It was only the third time that the Dons had lifted the trophy. Their exuberant fans chanted "Fergie! Fergie!". The boss responded with a clenched fist that said, "We're back in business".

Rangers 2-0 Hearts, May 21, 2022

The Herald: Ryan Jack is congratulated by team-mates after his extra-time goal against HeartsRyan Jack is congratulated by team-mates after his extra-time goal against Hearts (Image: Andrew Milligan, PA Wire)

GIOVANNI van Bronckhorst's Rangers team had surrendered their Premiership crown and had just lost the Europa Cup final on penalties to Eintracht Frankfurt in Seville, but they overcame their disappointment and powered back to lift the Scottish Cup at Hampden by seeing off Hearts in a pulsating game after extra time. Hearts keeper Craig Gordon had put in a great shift but there was nothing he could do to stop Ryan Jack's fierce shot in the 94th minute. Scott Wright added a second, three minutes later, and the Scottish Cup was heading to Ibrox for the first time since 2009.

Celtic 2-1 Hearts, May 25, 2019

The Herald: Odsonne Edouard scores Celtic's second goal against HeartsOdsonne Edouard scores Celtic's second goal against Hearts (Image: Jeff Holmes PA Wire)

THE day when Celtic claimed an unprecedented treble treble. Ryan Edwards had put Hearts ahead, a goal that put some spark into Celtic's play. Odsonne Édouard replied not once but twice for Celtic, the first from the penalty spot. Not long after Scott Brown lifted the Scottish Cup, watched by thousands of ecstatic Hoops fans, the club announced that the interim manager, Neil Lennon, had earned his second full-time spell in charge.“The players are immortal now", said Lennon. "To win the treble three years running is unbelievable. It was a privilege to manage Celtic the first time and now it has come the full circle.”