Celtic fans are being urged to observe a minute's silence ahead of today's Premiership clash with St Johnstone.

The club has asked supporters to respect those 'who have fallen across all conflicts', ahead of Remembrance Sunday.

Celtic said in a statement: "Please note that Celtic have been informed tonight by St Johnstone FC that a silence will be held prior to kick-off at tomorrow's match, ahead of Remembrance Sunday next week.

"We would ask that our supporters are aware of these arrangements and, as ever, respect the silence which will remember the fallen across all conflicts.

"We also ask that supporters make enough time for their journeys to the match due to ongoing roads issues in the area.

"We are sure everyone connected to the club is looking forward to tomorrow's match and once again we thank our fans for their positive support of Celtic Football Club."

Brendan Rodgers' side are chasing a place in the record books today by going 63 domestic games without defeat.