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Clearly Celtic will clash with Hearts on Sunday as the Jambos travel to Glasgow in search of their first league win of the season against an inconsistent Celtic side.
The Hoops ran out 2-0 winners on Thursday, but the job is far from over.
It was an intense first half, with Celtic dominating for much of their opening 45 minutes but they struggled to put the ball into the net.
The Swedish visitors were also solid and even created some chances themselves, mainly due to some sloppy Celtic defending.
James Forrest would come to save the Hoops yet again in the 48th minute to relieve some pressure from the Glasgow club
with Odsonne Édouard doubling their lead with a fantastic free-kick 15 minutes from time, giving Celtic a huge advantage when they travel to Sweden during the week.
Hearts broke got their 3-game winless streak last week with a narrow 2-1 win against an in-form Motherwell side at Fir Park
Hearts scored 5 minutes from half-time through Michael Smith, with Conor Washington doubling the Edinburgh club’s lead just 5 minutes later.
Not much more would happen in the latter 45 minutes, although the Jambos would have to hold on for half an hour
as Chris Long pulled one back for the hosts, although Craig Levein’s side would eventually make it through.
Hearts have yet to win a Premiership game, so they’ll want to build on their most recent result and hope for a repeat outcome when Celtic first came to Tynecastle last year.
Celtic’s most recent win will have given them a much-needed confidence boost after they struggled heavily
against Dunfermline in the Scottish League Cup last week, days after they crashed out of the Champions League qualifier.
However, their domestic home record is still intact, winning 18 of their last 20 Premiership games played at Celtic Park
Hearts’ away record this season has been nothing more than okay, with the Jambos winning just three times, drawing once and losing another three in their last 7 away games
However After a tough few days of football, Celtic finally seem to have found their feet following their first-leg game against AIK in the Europa League fourth-round qualifier.