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Celtic plans to continue their Victory way after claiming their seventh League Cup, now they visit Motherwell at Fir Park for another clash
Motherwell are bereft of a number of regular starters once more, including goalkeeper Trevor Carson.
From their defence, meanwhile, Aaron Taylor-Sinclair and Charles Dunne are sidelined, and midfielder Craig Tanner is out
Brendan Rodgers’ side fell off the top of the table at the weekend, with Steven Gerrard’s Rangers taking over, albeit having played a game more than the Parkhead club.
Nevertheless, that is a situation they will want to remedy as swiftly as possible.
On Wednesday, they face an out-of-form Motherwell side that slumped to a 2-0 defeat against Livingston on Saturday and were recently thumped 7-1 by Rangers.
Undoubtedly their greatest issue, however, is the ongoing absence of striker Chris Cadden.
Celtic have a significant list of injury problems to contend with, although many of these are familiar issues for Brendan Rodgers, who has been without a raft of players for much of this season.
Ryan Christie’s thumping strike late in the first half against his former side was enough to condemn Aberdeen to a 1-0 defeat on Sunday and secure the League Cup for Celtic, who earned their seventh domestic trophy in succession.
“I think it’s testament to the players in the two-and-a-half years I’ve been here
Their appetite and their desire to learn and improve,” manager Brendan Rodgers said on Tuesday, reflecting upon the latest success.
The Northern Irishman is a character who is hungry form more, emphasising that as he added
“I’m obviously proud but I don’t want to dwell on it because there’s so much more we want to achieve.”
The Hoops might have fallen to second in the league over the weekend, but with a game in hand over Rangers
Rodgers still feels they are in a fine state ahead of a tricky period in the season, in which Celtic will play a do-or-die Europa League home match with RB Salzburg next week.
“We’re in a very good position as a team and as a club,” he said. “We sit just behind in the league, with a game in hand
We’ve won our first cup competition, and have a great opportunity to qualify in Europe.
Among those laid up for the short trip to Fir Park are Kristoffer Ajer, Nir Bitton and Daniel Arzani.
Dedryck Boyata sustained a hamstring problem at the weekend and will miss a number of matches.
Rotation is likely, with Craig Gordon, Leigh Griffiths and Scott Brown set for recalls.
Possible Celtic starting XI: Gordon; Lustig, Benkovic, Simunovic, Tierney; Brown, Christie; Forrest, McGregor, Sinclair; Griffiths
Possible Motherwell starting XI: Gillespie; Mbulu, Aldred, Hartley, Tait, Bigirimana; Campbell, McHugh, Turnbull; Main, Johnson