Brendan Rodgers' side come into the game following a humiliating 7-1 defeat against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League and they will have to quickly put that disappointment behind them as they look to pick up their first piece of silverware this season.
Motherwell will be no easy task either and Stephen Robinson's men will be eager to end the Bhoys' record domestic unbeaten streak in style, having already beaten Aberdeen and Rangers en route to the final.
|Game||Motherwell vs Celtic|
|Date||Sunday, November 26|
|Time||15:00 GMT / 10:00 ET|
TV CHANNEL & LIVE STREAM
In the United Kingdom (UK), the match will be available to watch live on television on BT Sport 1 and by live stream using the BT Sport app.
|UK TV channel||Online stream|
|BT Sport 1||BT Sport app|
In the United States (US), the match will not be available to watch live on television but it can also be watched by live stream using Celtic TV.
|US TV channel||Online stream|
SQUADS & TEAM NEWS
|Defenders||Tait, Hammell, Grimshaw, Hartley, McHugh, Plummer, Dunne, Kipre|
|Midfielders||Bigirimana, Cadden, Frear, Rose, Petravicius, Campbell, MacLean, Gordon|
|Forwards||Moult, Bowman, Fisher, Blyth, Newell, Tanner|
Motherwell have no fresh injury concerns coming into the final and Robinson will be pleased that his star striker Louis Moult is fit for the game after bagging two goals in their last match against Aberdeen.
Potential Motherwell starting XI: Carson; Hartley, Dunne, Kipre; Cadden, Grimshaw, McHugh, Rose, Tait; Moult, Bowman.
|Goalkeepers||Gordon, De Vries|
|Defenders||Simunovic, Gamboa, Tierney, Boyata, Ajer, Lustig, Sviatchenko, Ralston|
|Midfielders||Bitton, Roberts, Brown, Sinclair, Armstrong, Hayes, Rogic, Ntcham, Benyu, McGregor, Forrest, E. Henderson, L. Henderson, Eboue|
|Forwards||Griffiths, Dembele, Edouard, Miller, Johnston, Aitchison|
Mikael Lustig is the chief concern for Celtic after the Sweden international was taken off with an injury in Wednesday's Champions League defeat to PSG.
The Bhoys are also likely to be without Anthony Ralston and potentially Nir Bitton, but the return of Jozo Simunovic is a welcome boost.
Potential Celtic starting XI: Gordon; Bitton, Boyata, Simunovic; Tierney, McGregor, Armstrong, Brown, Sinclair; Griffiths, Dembele.
BETTING & MATCH ODDS
Celtic are heavy favourites to beat Motherwell in the final with dabblebet pricing them at 2/7 to win. Motherwell are rated 10/1 bets, while a draw is available at 9/2.
Moussa Dembele and Leigh Griffiths are joint favourites to open the scoring at Hampden Park at 5/2, while Well's star man Louis Moult is priced at 9/1 to score first.
Celtic can collect their first piece of silverware for the 2017-18 season on Sunday but they must shake off a morale-bruising thrashing from PSG if they are to do so.
The Bhoys are the reigning League Cup champions and they went on to achieve a domestic treble after beating Aberdeen in the final last term. They have certainly exerted their dominance since then, smashing the UK record for the most domestic games unbeaten with 64 consecutive matches without a loss.
However, after experiencing the depths of disappointment just three days earlier, Rodgers faces a difficult task to raise his players' spirits as they prepare for the showpiece occasion at Hampden Park.
"I said to the players afterwards that they gave absolutely everything," the former Liverpool boss told the official Celtic website. "We will be disappointed, of course, but we will be back on the training field and we will be ready and even more determined to win on Sunday."
Motherwell, meanwhile, are determined to be the team that ends Celtic's impressive unbeaten run and it would be the perfect occasion for them to do it - in a national final with the rest of Scotland watching on.
"If we go out and do what we did against Aberdeen and Rangers in the last rounds then there's no reason why we can't beat them," Well midfielder Chris Cadden told reporters. "At the end of the day, someone's got to do it, so why not us?"