Neil Lennon’s side prepare to travel to Dens Park to face a Dundee side who remain in a relegation battle.
Sunday’s game will be Lennon’s fourth in charge of the Hoops since his return as interim manager.
There is a lot on the line given the champions dropped two points at home to Aberdeen last weekend.
A win in that game would’ve extended their lead at the top of the table to 10 points, though they remain eight points clear with nine games to go.
Dundee remain second bottom of the Premiership, just a point above St. Mirren.
Jim McIntyre’s side have failed to win in their last six matches, with their last victory coming against Hearts on 23 January at Tynecastle.
Given Celtic’s underwhelming goalless draw last Saturday, it will be interesting to see who Lennon opts for in a number of positions. Callum McGregor and Ryan Christie remain out injured, though Tom Rogic did recently make his return to training.
Here is our Celtic predicted XI for Sunday’s game.
GK: Scott Bain
The Scottish international has cemented his place as number one.
RB: Jeremy Toljan
The German loanee has yet to prove himself as a top-class full-back, so it remains a toss-up between him and Lustig.
CB: Dedryck Boyata
The Belgian is unlikely to be dropped as his experience is so valuable to the team.
CB: Kristoffer Ajer
Continues to impress in defence. Was one of the better players against Aberdeen.
LB: Kieran Tierney
The more minutes he gets under his belt then the sharper he will become.
CM: Scott Brown
Brown has led by example since Lennon’s return.
CM: Ewan Henderson
The 18-year-old has shown a lot of promise since making his first start for the senior team in February. His composure and range of passing is something the team needs given the absence of both McGregor and Christie.
CAM: James Forrest
Should be given a chance to play through the middle given he impressed there against Hibs.
RW: Oliver Burke
Has operated primarily as a striker for the Hoops but his pace could prove useful coming in from the wing.
LW: Timothy Weah
Is it time to unleash the American boy? Personally, I think it is. He has mainly been utilised as an impact sub, but his quality could shine through the most when played from the start.
ST: Odsonne Edouard
The best striker at the club should be allowed to showcase his talent, especially in a must win away game.