This Saturday will see Hearts and Celtic battle it out in the Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park.
The Hoops have the opportunity to create more history as they aim to secure a third treble in as many seasons.
Having sealed their 50th league title and eighth in a row, Neil Lennon’s side will now look to secure the Scottish Cup and end the turbulent season on an almighty high.
Hearts are eight-time winners of the prestigious trophy, with their most recent Scottish Cup glory coming in the 2011/12 season as they hammered city rivals Hibernian 5-1. A giant-killing on Saturday would be a shock to most.
Celtic overcame Motherwell in last year’s final at the national stadium to maintain their impressive run of form in domestic competitions.
Lennon will have a decision to make regarding who to start, with many players impressing during the last few weeks.
Here is our Celtic predicted XI for this weekend’s crunch tie.
GK: Scott Bain
Has yet to concede a goal throughout the four games in this campaign’s cup run. He’ll retain his place.
RB: Mikael Lustig
Missed the final home game of the season. But he should return to the side in what could potentially be his final appearance for the club.
CB: Jozo Simunovic
Jozo has been favoured by Lennon despite Filip Benkovic starting in last weekend’s final home game. He’ll look to end the season strongly.
CB: Kristoffer Ajer
The Norwegian youngster is now one of the first names on the teamsheet thanks to his impressive form recently. He must be kept hold of this summer.
LB: Kieran Tierney
Is not fully fit as he awaits surgery for a double hernia. Despite this, it looks like he’ll start the club’s most important game of the season before going under the knife. It would be a fitting way to help guide his side to silverware before receiving treatment.
CM: Scott Brown
Sat out of training on Wednesday morning but there are no serious fears of him missing the crucial game. Will lead his team out at Hampden once again as they look to make history.
CM: Callum McGregor
Opened the scoring in last year’s final versus Motherwell. Has proven to be a vital piece in the Celtic team this season.
RM: James Forrest
Has racked up four POTY awards for the superb season he has had. Will want to put the cherry on top of an already remarkable campaign by completing the Treble Treble.
CAM: Tom Rogic
Was rested for trophy day last weekend and will more than likely have a big part to play on Saturday. He is known to love a goal at Hampden, too.
LM: Mikey Johnston
Who better to play on the left wing than the man in form himself? Scored a brace in a 2-1 win over Hearts last weekend. He is energetic and can get in behind the opposing defence, and it could be his time to shine on the big stage.
ST: Odsonne Edouard
Will be fresh and fit after being given a rest last weekend. He’s saved the team many times this season and has stepped up when it has mattered. More of the same on Saturday and the trophy is ours.