Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic side will look to extend their unbeaten domestic run to 31 games on Saturday against Motherwell.

The Hoops have the chance to extend their lead to 27 points over Aberdeen with a win over Motherwell at Paradise.

Last time out, Rodgers side put six past Inverness in the Scottish Cup and have kept a clean sheet in five of their six games in 2017.

Mark McGhee’s side were demolished 7-2 on Wednesday by the Dons, which included a stunning goal from Celtic loanee Ryan Christie.

In their three meetings this season, Celtic have scored 11 goals and conceded three, winning all their games against Motherwell under Rodgers.

Celtic

Stuart Armstrong is fit again after he suffered a hamstring injury in the warm up against Hearts at the end of last month.

Leigh Griffiths is training once again but isn’t in the squad to face Motherwell as he builds up his match fitness following a persistent calf injury.

Eboue Kouassi played 60 minutes defensive midfield for the Under 20’s against Hibernian today (Friday).

Tom Rogic is out having undergone surgery on his right ankle.

Motherwell

The Steelmen have no fresh injury concerns ahead of Saturday’s game.

Richard Tait is suspended but Carl McHugh and Scott McDonald are available for after serving bans.

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