Celtic will play their final match of the decade at home this Sunday, with rivals Rangers travelling to the east end of Glasgow.

Neil Lennon’s side remain five points clear at the top of the table, having beaten St. Mirren 2-1 on Boxing Day in Paisley. Goals from Callum McGregor and James Forrest sealed all three points before Cammy McPherson’s deflected free-kick denied the Hoops a clean sheet.

This weekend will be the first time Glasgow’s two biggest sides have met since the Betfred League Cup final at the beginning of the month. The champions were far from their best yet they still managed to come out on top as winners, with Christopher Jullien scoring the only goal of the game.

Since then, Steven Gerrard’s side have won three league games on the bounce, without conceding a goal.

Lennon will have a real selection dilemma ahead of this one. The crop of players he has to choose from all boast real quality and offer various aspects to our game.

Celtic will be without Mohamed Elyounoussi, Hatem Abd Elhamed and Jozo Simunovic for this one. Filip Helander will be missing for Rangers.

A big game awaits both sides. A win for Celtic would be their twelfth in a row; it would also extend their lead at the top of the tree to eight points, a big boost going into the winter break.

Here is our Celtic predicted XI for Sunday’s afternoon kick-off.