Celtic return to action on Sunday with a trip to face Dundee ahead of the first international break of the year.

The Hoops are unbeaten in 35 domestic games this season and will have to wait until April to secure the league title after Aberdeen won earlier today.

Brendan Rodgers’ side drew 1-1 against newly promoted Rangers last weekend, but still have a healthy 25 point lead over second-place side Aberdeen.

The last meeting between the two sides at Dens Park saw Celtic edge out Paul Hartley’s side courtesy of a goal from Scott Brown.

Rodgers’ side also won the last meeting between the two sides in December, and haven’t lost to the Dees since May 2001.

Celtic

Tom Rogic is back in light training after recovering from ankle surgery but won’t feature against Dundee.

Stuart Armstrong has shaken off a calf problem and trained this week ahead of the game.

Logan Bailly will deputise Craig Gordon for the remainder of the season after persistent injuries forced Dorus de Vries to undergo surgery, ending his season.

Dundee

James McPake and Julen Etxabeguren will miss the rest of the season through injury.

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