Celtic will play their first home game of the decade against Ross County on Saturday.

It’s been a pleasant start to the new year for Neil Lennon, as he saw his side get over their first Scottish Cup hurdle as well as a commanding display and victory over Kilmarnock in the league in midweek.

The latter was particularly impressive, as the Hoops didn’t only win 3-1, they showed real class with plenty of positives to take. Nobody excited the fans more than the superb partnership and performance from Leigh Griffiths and Odsonne Edouard.

Both strikers grabbed a goal either side of halftime, as well as a bullet header from Christopher Jullien for the Hoops to take all three points from Rugby Park.

Up next is a struggling Ross County side at Parkhead. The Bhoys have comfortably ran out 4-1 and 6-0 winners against the Dingwall side this season already.

Here we highlight who we believe could spark something for the away side come Saturday afternoon.


The Staggies have been struggling in front of goal all season and have rarely scored more than one, but when those goals do appear, they’re usually assisted by Billy McKay.

The Northern Irishman has a wealth of experience and it shows within his side. He’s scored 22 goals in total for County.

He won’t be fazed by the cauldron of Paradise, which could prove vital and if Ross County are to get anything from the game, expect McKay to be at the heart of it.