Celtic return to domestic action on Sunday where they face Kilmarnock in front of a home crowd.
This will be the Hoops’ first home fixture since their 5-0 dismantling of Hearts last Wednesday. We now have just six league games left to play before the split, so every point is as valuable as the next as Lennon’s men look to make it nine titles in a row.
They return to Glasgow following their Europa League last 32 first-leg tie against FC Copenhagen; the points were shared as the Hoops took the lead through Odsonne Edouard, though early into the second-half the hosts drew level.
The away goal may prove important, putting the Group B winners in pole position for a place in the last 16.
Killie hosted the champions as recently as last month, with the ‘treble treble’ winners running out as 3-1 winners thanks to goals from Edouard, Leigh Griffiths and Christopher Jullien.
Alex Dyer’s side came narrowly close to reaching the Scottish Cup quarter-finals on Wednesday night, but two goals in the dying minutes of extra-time saw Aberdeen break Ayrshire hearts.
They’re currently in seventh place, four points shy of sneaking their way into the top half of the table.
Will Lennon revert back to a 3-5-2 this weekend, or will he stick with a back-four along with one-up top?
It remains to be seen, but he almost has a fully fit squad to choose from; Mikey Johnston remains out, while Griffiths and Elhamed could feature; captain Scott Brown is ruled out with a calf strain after coming off on Thursday night.
Here is how we think Lennon will line his side up on Sunday afternoon.
GK: Fraser Forster
Forster took centre stage once again after being called into action in Denmark; he saved a penalty when the score was 1-1, keeping things level and putting us in a good position for the second-leg.
RB: Jeremie Frimpong
Returned to the starting lineup on Thursday while also making his European debut. Looked lively and got involved throughout.
CB: Christopher Jullien
Another solid performance midweek; should continue his run in the team. Bagged a goal the last time he faced Killie.
CB: Kristoffer Ajer
The Norwegian will likely continue his partnership with Jullien at the back, though it wouldn’t surprise me if Lennon decided to switch things up and grant Simunovic a start.
LB: Jonny Hayes
The Irishman was energetic and looked to cause Copenhagen problems. With Taylor still out, Hayes will likely be called upon once again.
CM: Olivier Ntcham
Likely to continue his run in the team, especially with Brown coming off injured on Thursday with a calf strain.
CM: Callum McGregor (C)
We all know he should’ve played Eddy through rather than shooting on Thursday. Will be eager to put the error behind him and put in another solid domestic shift.
RM: James Forrest
Will look to bag his 17th goal of the season this weekend when Dyer and co visit the east end of Glasgow.
CAM: Ryan Christie
Could return to his favoured number. 10 position and fit in alongside Ntcham and Cal Mac in midfield.
LM: Mohamed Elyounoussi
I was surprised not to see him start on Thursday night. His creative spark and eye for goal could prove important this weekend.
ST: Odsonne Edouard
Opened the scoring in Denmark with a composed chip over the ‘keeper, though admittedly he should’ve had two or three. It’s 25 goals and counting for the Frenchman this campaign.