It’s Scottish Cup weekend across Scotland, with a number of lower division clubs coming up against Premiership opposition.

Celtic travel to Broadwood Stadium this Sunday to face Clyde, where they will be looking to do their job without too many problems.

This is a game that could allow Neil Lennon to make a few changes to his starting XI, though it’s likely he’ll keep the core of his team the same to avoid disrupting their stellar run of form.

The Hoops have won all six of their games since returning from the winter break by an aggregate score of 19-3. They booked their place in the Scottish Cup fifth round by beating Glasgow rivals Partick Thistle 2-1 last month.

League One outfit Clyde currently sit eighth in Scotland’s third division, having had a mixed bag of results in 2020. They’ve won two of their last four matches, including a 1-0 win over Bonnyrigg Rose which made this tie a reality.

The last time Celtic and Clyde faced each other was way back in 2006 in the same competition. Roy Keane’s Hoops debut was marred by a shock defeat as the Broadwood side won the game 2-1. A day to forget for the Celts and a result they’ve long moved on from.

It’ll be interesting to see if Lennon does grant some fringe players the opportunity to impress. New signings Patryk Klimala and Ismaila Soro will no doubt be working hard in training to catch the boss’ eye, but with the way the team have been performing it’ll be difficult to displace anyone based on their current form.

Here is our Celtic predicted XI.