Celtic will look to progress to the semi-final of the Scottish Cup this weekend with a win over Morton.
Ronny Deila’s side were rightly booed off the park on Wednesday managing just four shots on target in 90 minutes of football.
The pressure is on at Celtic Park and all the focus will be on overcoming Morton.
A domestic double is still a possibility, for many fans though it won’t be enough after a dreary season.
The Championship side won the last time the two sides met at Paradise in 2013, and defeat again would without question seal the fate of the Hoops manager.
Celtic midfielder Stefan Johansen returns to the squad for the William Hill Scottish Cup clash with Morton after being rested against Dundee in midweek.
Nir Bitton remains a doubt after missing the last two games with a knock.
Dedryck Boyata is free to play in the quarter-final despite losing the appeal of his red card against Hamilton.
Jozo Simunovic remains out as he recovers from a cracked bone in his knee.
On-loan youngster Paul McMullan cannot play against his parent club.
Luca Gasparatto is short of fitness and won’t feature while midfielder Michael Tidser remains out.