Celtic will return to action on Saturday when they will host third-tier side Airdrieonians in the Scottish Cup fourth round.
The Hoops ended 2018 on bad terms having been defeated by rivals Rangers at Ibrox but they will be hoping to turn a new page and get off to a winning start in 2019.
They kick off the second half of the season looking to retain their cup crown, while also having their eyes set on a historic treble-treble.
Brendan Rodgers has certainly been busy in the transfer market too. Timothy Weah joined on a six-month loan from Paris Saint-Germain, Oliver Burke another six-month loan from West Brom while Vakoun Issouf Bayo joined on a four-year deal from Dunajska Sreda.
Saturday’s visitors sit fifth in League One, winning eight of their 21 league games so far this season.
Here is our Celtic predicted XI for this weekend’s tie.
Bain is likely to continue starting in domestic cup games.
Featured in the second-half versus Rangers. Rodgers may opt for the youngster given the occasion.
Speculation about his future at the club will be put aside as he looks to bounce back from defeat at Ibrox.
Hobbled off injured against Rangers but has since trained and looks like he’ll be fit enough to start.
With Kieran Tierney out injured, it’s a toss-up between the Honduran international and 21-year-old Calvin Miller given they are the only fit out-and-out left-backs in the squad.
Against Rangers, Brown had one of his poorest games since Rodgers was appointed back in 2016. Though his leadership and determination mean he’ll bounce back and carry on.
Was Celtic’s best player despite a bitterly disappointing result at Ibrox. Will be restored in his natural midfield position as opposed to being tasked at left-back.
The winter break will hopefully have given the winger time to rest and recover given the hefty December fixture schedule.
With Tom Rogic away with Australia at the Asia Cup, Christie will likely get the opportunity to once again showcase his talent.
Deserves a start in his natural position. Started up top at Ibrox though lack of service and support meant he wasn’t able to do much.
Has a great chance to start the year off with a bang. The new signings can only push him to become an even better talent.
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