Celtic will travel to Paisley on Friday night to face St Mirren in the first game back after the international break.
The season has got off to a juddering start for the Hoops, even if three wins from four has left them second place in the table.
Just five goals in those four games has left many Celtic fans wondering where goals will come from this year, with the departure of star striker Moussa Dembele doing little to alleviate those fears.
See how we think Celtic might line up against St Mirren:
GK: Craig Gordon
An error whilst on international duty with Scotland could haunt the Celtic shot-stopper on Friday.
RB: Cristian Gamboa
The Costa Rican defender looks set to fill in for Mikael Lustig who picked up an injury playing for Sweden.
CB: Kristoffer Ajer
The impressive youngster should keep his position in the heart of the ‘Bhoys defence.
CB: Dedryck Boyata
Having so nearly left the club during the summer, Boyata is on a mission to win back the hearts of Celtic fans – easier said than done.
LB: Kieran Tierney
The left-back is just about the first name on Brendan Rodgers’ teamsheet these days.
DM: Scott Brown
The captain is almost indispensable to Celtic, with his leadership skills invaluable.
DM: Olivier Ntcham
Scored the goal to defeat Rangers. If that doesn’t give you “cult hero” status, nothing will.
RM: James Forrest
Always a dangerous attacking option on the wing.
AM: Callum McGregor
McGregor has started in each of Celtic’s Premiership games so far this year.
LM: Michael Johnston
The 19-year-old would make his first Premiership start of the season, but did appear against Livingston and Hamilton from the bench.
ST: Odsonne Edouard
The Frenchman has four goals in all competitions so far this season, and will have to shoulder much of the burden now Dembele has left.