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Live Reporting

Roddie McVake

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    That's about it from us tonight after Celtic swept Dundee aside to join Hibernian and Rangers in the League Cup semi-finals.

    You can read the match report here and we'll have post-match reaction from both camps on the site later.

    Be sure to join us tomorrow night when Aberdeen visit Motherwell in the last quarter-final tie, followed by the all-important draw for the last four.

    Good night.

  2. "Sore one" for McCann

    Dundee 0-4 Celtic

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, Dundee manager Neil McCann: "It's not a pleasant evening when you lose 4-0. I didn't think it was 4-0 game. I know Celtic will always have the most possession but they didn't cut us open too many times.

    "I felt up until the second goal that we contained them very well, frustrated them and tried to hit on the break. The boys put in a shift and worked for each other.

    "In the latter stages I pushed it and went three up top, and Celtic pounced on us. It was a sore one to take because I thought we had an opportunity if we could frustrate Celtic. We can have no complaints."

    Neil McCann
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    We'll be hearing from Dundee manager Neil McCann shortly...

  4. Post update

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers was pleased to give Dedryck Boyata a run-out at Dens Park as the Belgian continues his return from injury.

    Dedryck Boyata
  5. Brendan Rodgers thrilled with "professional" display

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: "It was a very professional performance. We played very well and had a good rhythm in the game. I thought Dundee set up well but you have to be patient and once we worked the ball we looked very good.

    "Two good finishes from James Forrest tonight. Scott Sinclair had brilliant speed and skill for the first one. I was really impressed with Callum McGregor's goal. It was a wonderful finish.

    "Dedryck [Boyata] looked calm and composed. All the boys are contributing very well, they are moving along nicely.

    "Every game is tough in a different way. We'll go there [to Ibrox] and look forward to it.

    "I expect a tough game, I look at Rangers and they have brought one or two men into the team. Bruno Alves and Graham Dorrans, who I have always liked and tried to sign when I was at Swansea."

  6. Post update

    We will find out tomorrow night who will complete the semi-final line-up as Motherwell entertain Aberdeen. You have to think that one will be more of a contest than tonight's match at Dens Park.

  7. Interested onlooker

    BBC Sportsound pundit Alan Stubbs told us during the match that a Manchester United scout was in the stands at Dens Park, having also been at Celtic Park for the Paris St-Germain match.

    The consensus being that the scout was keeping tabs on Kieran Tierney.

  8. Post update

    Dundee 0-4 Celtic

    We now know three of the four League Cup semi-finalists as Celtic join Hibernian and Rangers in the pot.

    Scott Sinclair kicked things off by winning and scoring a spot kick before James Forrest added a second. Callum McGregor and Forrest added goals in the last few minutes.


    Dundee 0-4 Celtic

    It's all over at Dens Park as Celtic make it 56 domestic games unbeaten and take their place in the last four of the League Cup.


    Dundee 0-4 Celtic

    Celtic's Callum McGregor picks up a booking for an over-enthusiastic tackle in the Dundee box.

  11. GOAL Dundee 0-4 Celtic (Forrest)

    James Forrest doubles his tally for the night. He lets the ball run across him on the edge of the box and then fires a low shot into the bottom corner.

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    Dundee 0-3 Celtic

    Four minutes of injury time for Dundee to endure.

  13. GOAL Dundee 0-3 Celtic (McGregor)

    The winner of this one hasn't been in doubt for some time, but that seals it. Scott Sinclair races down the left and feeds Callum McGregor, who drills a left-footed shot into the far corner.

  14. Post update

    Alex Rae

    Former Rangers midfielder for BBC Scotland

    Quote Message: In the main, it's been an absolute canter for Celtic.
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    Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    With five minutes left to play, will Dundee throw caution to the wind?

  16. Substitution

    Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Celtic's Leigh Griffiths makes way for Odsonne Edouard.

  17. Post update

    Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    Leigh Griffiths certainly isn't saving himself for Saturday's Old Firm match at Ibrox. The striker is all over the final third, giving the Dee defence no peace at all.

  18. Post update

    Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    The hosts win a free-kick in a dangerous area but they opt for a training ground move that doesn't work out at all. Celtic snuff out the danger with ease.

  19. Post update

    Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    The Celtic players seem to be finding their hunger for goals again as they press forward, with Leigh Griffiths prominent.

  20. CLOSE!

    Dundee 0-2 Celtic

    James Forrest almost nets his second. Callum McGregor's shot is blocked in the box but Forrest pounces on the rebound, keeps the ball up with his right foot and fires off a shot with his left, only for Scott Bain to save with his legs.