Brendan Rodgers will be looking to avoid a Halloween horror show when he takes his Celtic side to Dens Park to face Dundee on Wednesday evening.
The Dee sit rock bottom of the Scottish Premiership table, having won one and lost nine of their ten games so far.
Celtic go into the game in third place, but a win will see them leapfrog Kilmarnock into second place, and will leave them just three points behind leaders Hearts.
Celtic have a number of injury worries so selecting a team for the game won’t be easy for Rodgers, but here’s the XI we think he’ll pick in a 4-3-3 formation:
He didn’t play in the League Cup semi-final as Brendan Rodgers stuck with Scott Bain in that competition but Gordon will come back in for the league game.
We expect Rodgers to ring the changes for this game, hence why Anthony Ralston is in at right-back.
With so many injury worries, Jack Hendry should get the nod at centre-back.
Rodgers would probably want to give Dedryck Boyata a rest if he could but the options aren’t really there for him to do that at the moment.
It’s unrealistic to think Kieran Tierney can play every match and this seems like a good game to bring in Emilio Izaguirre.
Celtic’s Swiss Army Knife. Callum McGregor can play in a number of different roles and with so many midfield options, Rodgers is likely to use him in the middle of the park.
Ryan Christie proved himself in the semi-final and he’ll be looking to build on that excellent performance at Dens Park.
Tom Rogic has had a few fitness issues in recent weeks but he’s back in training and is likely to feature against the Dee.
Opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the semi-final and will take confidence from that on Wednesday night.
The other scorer from the semi-final, James Forrest will be keen to lay a marker down as he looks to earn a permanent place in Rodgers’ side.
Rodgers was full of praise for Odsonne Edouard in his press conference. The striker will have a great chance to get some goals against a side who’ve conceded 23 times in ten games this season.