Three reasons why St Johnstone could be the team to end Celtic’s epic unbeaten run

Celtic’s unbeaten domestic record is now so long that it’s actually easy to take for granted. There isn’t much fanfare when the Bhoys pick up a victory in the Scottish competitions these days but that betrays the enormity of what Brendan Rodgers is achieving week-to-week.

The Hoops have now gone an incredible 52 matches without tasting defeat in domestic football. That’s every match since Rodgers arrived at the club last summer and one solitary match from the end of Ronny Deila’s reign.

However, as we know, all things must come to an end at some point and whether it’s this weekend, in a month’s time or even a year’s time, the Hoops’ unbeaten run will be ended by a plucky Scottish side and it will be big news.

This Saturday that record is a little more precarious that most weeks with St Johnstone making the visit to Celtic Park to face the Scottish champions. With three wins from three of their at the start of this league season, Tommy Wright’s side are perhaps better placed than most to end that epic unbeaten streak.

Here are THREE reasons why…