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Clearly, Celtic may have suffered a blow in the Champions League, but they’re heavy favourites to boost their Premiership title hopes this weekend.
And the Bhoys come into this game with three wins to nil in their last four games, while they are capable of adding to that against Ross County.
The champions will be traveling to visit the Ross County side for yet another matchup on Saturday as both side aim and eyes the win
Ross County vs Celtic and Aberdeen vs Kilmarnock were set to trial the return of 300 home fans on Saturday.
But the increase in Covid-19 cases across Scotland and the reimposed lockdown measures in certain areas means they have now been put at risk.
The First Minister will announce a review of lockdown restrictions on Thursday, but warned they could ‘put the brakes’ on the idea.
According to Sturgeon: “I’m not going to preempt the announcement I’m going to make in parliament tomorrow.
“But, I’ve said a few times this week, I’ve used terms like ‘putting the brakes on’
perhaps not going ahead with things we’d hoped to go ahead with given the evidence we’re seeing right now, Sturgeon added.
Ross County have failed to win any of their last four matches after a poor turn of form, while they have a terrible record against Celtic overall.
Ross County have failed to win their last four games while Celtic have won to nil in five of the last six meetings.
The hosts have lost each of their last seven meetings with the Bhoys, while five of the last six clashes between them have seen Celtic win to nil.
Celtic had the best defence in the division last season and they’ve returned to form with back to back clean sheets in the league.
Neil Lennon predicted his side would be back to their best with some minutes under their belts and that’s exactly what has happened domestically.
With Celtic winning the last five league meetings between these two seeing Celtic win 17-1 on aggregate
Meanwhile, Nicola Sturgeon has warned this weekend’s Premiership test events could be in doubt due to the recent spike of recent pandemic cases.