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With a victory that makes a statement over the course of tomorrow, the Hoops will be hoping to extend their slim advantage at the summit.

No matter their mixed form in recent times, Scottish champions Celtic will be fully aware that a statement victory over their Old Firm rivals on Saturday afternoon will help to firmly quash the doubters, with the fixture so often proving decisive in the battle for Premiership glory.

The Parkhead team will enter tomorrow’s match on their own turf with a five-point lead at the top of the standings, despite the fact that their fierce rivals, Rangers, have two games in hand. This ensures that the two teams are very much in a position to match each other at the moment.

Despite the fact that the Hoops have won consecutive matches against Livingston and Dundee, Brendan Rodgers’ team has not been playing at their most fluid and free-flowing level as of late. This is the reason why the former Leicester City manager could make as many as three substitutions from the team that won 3-0 on Boxing Day.

Predicted lineup Celtic vs Rangers today's Match - One of the three changes that were projected to be made to Celtic's team for their match against Rangers was Kyogo been dropped

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Joe Hart, also known as GK

In spite of the fact that the 36-year-old, who has just six months left on his current contract, might not be the best option for Rodgers and the rest of the team in the long run, the veteran goalkeeper will be utilized once more this coming weekend.

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Johnston, Alistair, is the RB.

The player who once played for Montreal has not yet scored a goal or supplied an assist this season; nevertheless, this is not due to a lack of effort on his part. In his most recent game, he was responsible for six important passes and finished with 122 touches on the ball.

However, tomorrow will be the day that the Canadian’s defensive prowess will be put to the test, as they will be competing against the dynamic Abdallah Sima.

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For Stephen Welsh, the CB
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The first alteration might see Stephen Welsh come into the side to replace the stricken Cameron Carter-Vickers, with the latter man certain to be absent after he limped off at Dens Park.

In light of the fact that players such as Gustaf Lagerbielke and Maik Nawrocki have not even been included in the matchday squad as of late, it is highly probable that Welsh will be called upon from the very beginning of the match against Philippe Clement’s team.

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The scales of CB, Liam

According to his manager, Liam Scales has been truly “excellent” throughout this season, which is a testament to the fact that he has been a mainstay in the team despite the fact that Nawrocki, Lagerbielke, and Nat Phillips were all acquired over the summer transfer window.

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Greg Taylor is the LB.

With Alexandro Bernabei fading from view under Rodgers, Taylor is the undisputed first-choice pick at left-back and will once again get the nod.

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CDM denotes Callum McGregor.
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A guy who knows all about this fixture – having taken part in 35 Old Firm encounters to date – Callum McGregor will lead the side out in what might be a pivotal encounter amid Celtic’s aspirations of defending their title.

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CM – Matt O’Riley

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If anyone is to win the game for the Bhoys, it is likely to be Matt O’Riley, with the in-demand ace – who has apparently caught the notice of Serie A giants, Inter Milan – scoring nine goals and giving eight assists in all competitions this season.

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Paulo Bernardo, which is CM

Fresh off scoring his first goal for the club against Dundee, Paulo Bernardo could be rewarded with a first outing against the Gers, with the returning Reo Hatate more likely to be featured off the bench.

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Johnston, Mikey, is the RW.
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Following his remarkable late cameo on Tuesday afternoon, the fleet-footed “throwback” – as acclaimed by colleague Joe Hart – unquestionably deserves to be recalled to the starting XI. He completed a victory that was thoroughly deserved by scoring two goals in the final minutes of the game.

With Daizen Maeda having ‘offered nothing’ last time out, according to Football Scotland’s Ryan McDonald, a change should well be made to the frontline.

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ST – Oh Hyeon-gyu

As Kyogo Furhashi appears to be “bereft of confidence” at the moment, according to McDonald, and as he has only scored once in his last seven league games, it may appear to be a brave decision to make; yet, it may be a rare opportunity for Oh to impress from the beginning of the game.

A return of five goals in the league from only three starts is a strong tally from the South Korean superstar. Rodgers, who could maybe unleash Kyogo from the bench, now needs to rely on a new figurehead in attack. Kyogo has been a part of the team for only three starts.

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Luis Palma is the LW.

Completing the lineup will no sure be one-time Rangers target, Luis Palma, with the wideman having yet again been a tremendous weapon last time out – producing 11 vital passes in all.

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