Four Celtic changes Brendan Rodgers should make for Pittodrie trip
Celtic are just three matches way from going the entire league season unbeaten. It sounds absurd to say, even in a league that isn’t as competitive as most others in Europe, but it’s true.
Along the way they’ve picked up a League Cup, they’re into a Scottish Cup final and they have thrashed their arch-rivals Rangers on multiple occasions.
All that and more in Brendan Rodgers’ first season in charge. Not bad eh?
There is one team left that can spoil it all though and that’s Aberdeen. Not only do the Dons host Celtic on Friday night, but will go head-to-head with the Hoops at Hampden at the end of May in that showpiece final.
Pittodrie is never an easy place to go and for Celtic it’s one of the last big challenges between themselves and history.
Having fielded a more experimental team last week, it’s time for Rodgers to return to his strongest possible line-up.
Here are four changes the Celtic Park boss must make if he’s to get a result against a determined Aberdeen side…