Former Celtic Boss Neil Lennon is heading to Yoker this week as part of a Scottish football pundit night in aid of two local children.

The Northern Irishman is stepping in as a late substitute for Simon Donnelly at the upcoming A Pie, A Pint and a Pundit event at the Albion Social Club on Thursday, November 9.

Lennon will join Tam Cowan, Hugh Keevins and Peter Martin at the Scottish football panel evening which aims to raise funds for Calum Rae and Ava Bolton.

Both aged four, Calum and Ava are currently undergoing treatment for Neuroblastoma Stage 4 together.

Neuroblastoma is a cancer that develops in nerve cells and mostly affects babies and children under the age of five.

It affects around 83 children per year in Great Britain.

Alex Rae was also set to be involved, but due to his current role at Rangers has had to pull out.

Former Ger David McKinnon will appear instead.

There are still a few tickets left for the much-loved night, where some of the game's best storytellers take to the stage and answer fan's questions.

Doors open at 7pm with the panel set to begin at 7.30pm.

The half-time pie (included in the ticket price) will be out sometime between 8:30/9pm alongside a half-time raffle.

One free drink is also included with a ticket.

The panel will then return until about 10.30pm.

Tickets can be paid for in advance or at the door on the night.

Anyone looking for one can contact