Celtic’s next step on their quest to retain their Scottish Premiership title sees them make the trip to Pittodrie to face Aberdeen.
The champions face a big week with games against Aberdeen and Rangers, but those games should be seen as opportunities rather than reasons to worry.
Brendan Rodgers will get some players back fit for the match, so he does have a few selection headaches.
Here’s the XI we think he’ll select for the game.
GK: Craig Gordon
Scott Bain did nothing wrong against Dundee but we expect Craig Gordon to come back into the side.
RB: Anthony Ralston
With Mikael Lustig unlikely to be fit, Anthony Ralston should continue to play at right-back.
CB: Jozo Simunovic
There’s no reason to suggest that Jozo Simunovic won’t start this one.
CB: Filip Benkovic
Filip Benkovic has been excellent since coming into the side and he’s now an automatic first choice.
LB: Kieran Tierney
Brendan Rodgers confirmed that Kieran Tierney is available for selection and we expect him to come straight back into the starting line up.
CM: Scott Brown
Word on the street is that Scott Brown is ready to start this game and we expect to see the Celtic captain back in the starting XI.
CM: Callum McGregor
Callum McGregor will be given a bit more freedom to attack with Brown back in the XI.
CM: Tom Rogic
Tom Rogic will fly off to meet up with the Australian national team after this game, so he’ll be looking to sign off on a high.
RM: James Forrest
James Forrest has been in great goalscoring form this year and he’ll be looking to add to his tally at Pittodrie.
LM: Scott Sinclair
Scott Sinclair looks like he’s turned the corner after a poor run of form.
ST: Odsonne Edouard
It might be a bit harsh on young Mikey Johnston but if Odsonne Edouard is fit and available, then he has to start.