Celtic return to Premiership action this evening as they host Hibernian at Parkhead.
Celtic do have four games in hand on Rangers, but it seems as if the Hoops will need a perfect run from now until the end of the season to have any chance of securing a 10th Premiership title in a row.
Lennon may decide to shake things up among his side in a bid to get an immediate response from the derby defeat.
Here’s how we think the Hoops are going to line up against Hibs, with two changes anticipated in Lennon’s XI from the team which started at Ibrox…
He has been given the nod in the last two league games and we feel will be selected again this evening.
Frimpong has been a regular at right-back this season. We don’t see Hatem Elhamed coming in for the youngster tonight.
With Christopher Jullien injured, Ajer looks likely to be heavily relied on by Lennon from now until the end of the season at centre-back.
Nir Bitton is suspended and Shane Duffy will miss the game, so we think that Hatem Elhamed will get the nod at centre-back.
We think that Lennon will stick with Laxalt over Greg Taylor this evening.
There’s been talk he’s made a Hoops move his ‘priority’ and could get fans on side with an impressive showing on the left.
Statistically, Soro had a Glasgow derby debut to forget.
However, we feel as if he should retain his place in the side over Scott Brown, as his energy and defensive awareness appears ideal at the base of the midfield.
McGregor has started in every league game this season.
Some may believe the Scot needs a rest, but we expect him to keep that record up this evening.
In the second change, we think Rogic could come back in the side.
He hasn’t started a league game since the beginning of December, but tonight’s game could be a perfect opportunity for him to come back into the side.
Onee fan described him as ‘unplayable’ against Motherwell in November, and the Hoops could do with that this evening.
Turnbull has been a shining light in recent months.
He hasn’t done anything to warrant being dropped, so we think he’ll feature from the off.
There’s been plenty of talk about Edouard’s future, with the Frenchman scoring just twice in his last six league starts.
We think Lennon will stick with the forward tonight, though.
Griffiths was bright against Rangers. He’s still got plenty of quality and tonight’s game against Hibs could be the perfect fixture for him to get on the scoresheet.