The Celtic XI Rodgers must pick to make it 11-in-11 vs. Dundee
Celtic’s win over Hamilton on Tuesday night means Brendan Rodgers has had a better start as a Celtic manager in domestic competition than any other boss in the club’s past.
It’s an extraordinary accomplishment given the rich history of the side and it eclipses Martin O’Neill’s record in 2000 when his side went 18 games unbeaten domestically before losing to Rangers.
The fixtures roll on for the Bhoys and they welcome Dundee to Celtic Park today looking to make it an incredible eleven league wins in a row this season.
The win against Hamilton proved tougher than expected with the Lanarkshire side doggedly defending for the entirety of the 90 minutes.
It was only thanks to a fine move from Tom Rogic, Moussa Dembele and goalscorer Leigh Griffiths that the Bhoys ran out 1-0 winners.
So, what challenges will the Dee pose and who should play?
This is the XI we think should play to continue the winning run…