The Green Brigade unveiled their latest pro-Palestine banner prior to Celtic's game against Kilmarnock this afternoon.

The ultras group called on other supporters to sing the popular Irish folk song 'Grace' during the opening stages of today's match.

And the tune could be heard loud and clear as Celtic kicked-off the match in Glasgow's east end.

The Green Brigade has shown its support for Palestine for many years, with their flag regularly waved at games.

Today, the sent their latest message of support to the people of Palestine amid the ongoing conflict with Israel.

Held aloft before kick-off, it read: "I think about these past few months, oh will they say we failed?

"30,000+ dead 12000+ children. End the Genocide. End Zionism."

Meanwhile, Celtic have branded Rangers' decision to ban their supporters from attending tomorrow's women's derby match as 'hugely disappointing'.

This morning it emerged that Rangers had cancelled all tickets belonging to Celtic fans for Sunday's SWPL derby encounter at Ibrox.

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The Ibrox club states this call was made over security concerns regarding high-risk fans infiltrating the game while no segregation between fan bases would be in place.

Celtic have now confirmed the decision from their end, insisting Rangers had numerous options to ensure that Hoops supporters could attend the game safely.

A club statement reads: "It has been confirmed to Celtic Football Club just this morning that all away tickets will be cancelled for tomorrow's women's SWPL match at Ibrox Stadium.

"At a time when so many are working so hard to promote and support the women's game in Scotland, the decision to deny access to so many fans is hugely disappointing, even more so given that there were a number of options available to the home club to allow our fans to safely attend in a stadium of such capacity and given the expected crowd."