Three reasons why Hibs will provide one of Celtic’s toughest tests so far this season
Coming off of Wednesday night’s monster win away to Anderlecht, Celtic have every reason to feel invincible.
That win in Europe was one of the finest for any Scottish side in years and coupled with their unbelievable unbeaten domestic run, stopping the Hoops right now seems impossible. They host Hibernian at Celtic Park on Saturday in a sold-out 3pm kick-off that is sure to catch the imagination of Scottish football.
Recently promoted Hibs have breathed new life into the Scottish Premiership this season and after some big wins will go to Glasgow with confidence, despite the challenge ahead of them. Led by former Celtic captain and manager Neil Lennon, there are many intriguing storylines running through the encounter.
The Leith outfit could also provide one of the Hoops’ toughest tests of the season, domestically at least.
Here are three reasons why…