Celtic, fresh from their cup win over Airdrie, get their league campaign back underway on Wednesday evening with a home clash over St Mirren.
The champions go into the clash level on points with Rangers, albeit with a game in hand, so they know that they can’t afford any slip-ups.
St Mirren picked up a 0-0 draw against Celtic back in September so shouldn’t be underestimated, but it would be a huge shock if Brendan Rodgers’ side don’t take all three points.
Here’s the XI which we think he’ll select for the game.
GK: Craig Gordon
Scott Bain played well against Airdrie but, and this might not be hugely popular amongst the fanbase, we think Rodgers will go back to Craig Gordon.
RB: Anthony Ralston
Anthony Ralston looks set to continue at right-back in the absence of Mikel Lustig, although he has been suffering with an ankle issur
CB: Dedryck Boyata
More stories about Dedryck Boyata’s future came out over the winter break but for now, he’s a nailed on starter.
CB: Filip Benkovic
Filip Benkovic didn’t look to be suffering from the injury he picked up at Ibrox when Celtic faced Airdrie so it looks like he’ll be fine to start this one.
LB: Emilio Izaguirre
With Kieran Tierney still out with his hip issue, Emilio Izaguirre will continue at left-back
CM: Scott Brown
No surprises to see the captain in the middle of the park once again.
CM: Callum McGregor
Callum McGregor looks to have found a home as a central midfielder, time will tell if he stays there as and when Rodgers has a full squad to choose from.
CM: Ryan Christie
With Tom Rogic away representing Australia, Ryan Christie looks set to deputise in the number ten role.
RM: James Forrest
Oliver Burke could get a start on the right, but we think Rodgers will go with James Forrest.
LM: Scott Sinclair
Scott Sinclair, fresh from a brace at the weekend, looks set to continue on the left wing.
ST: Timothy Weah
Timothy Weah scored on his Celtic debut, he’ll be hoping to do the same on his first league game for the club.