By Dominic Toner
Celtic forward Leigh Griffiths revealed on Twitter that he is expecting a “difficult” match on Wednesday night.
The Bhoys face an away match against Ross County and will hope to extend their lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
Brendan Rodgers’ team are the only unbeaten side in the league and have a four-point cushion over second-placed Aberdeen, with two games in hand.
Celtic will also be confident following their 1-0 victory against Rangers in the League Cup semi-final, with Moussa Dembele scoring a late winner.
Griffiths is expecting a tough match against Ross County, who are currently eighth in the table.
“Let’s hope our good run in the league campaign continues tonight at a difficult venue,” Griffiths wrote on his personal Twitter account.
Griffiths has struggled to land a starting role this season and completed 90 minutes in just five of his 15 appearances, with Dembele being the first-choice option under Rodgers.
The striker was in phenomenal form last season and fired Celtic to the league title, scoring 40 goals in 51 appearances across all competitions.
He will hope to get the opportunity against Ross County to make an impression and add to his tally of three league goals this season.