By John Reid
Celtic begin a run of 13 games between this weekend and December’s winter break with a Saturday lunchtime visit to Dingwall to take on Owen Coyle’s Ross County.
Despite what looks to be an extremely tough match against PSG in the Champions League less than a week away, manager Brendan Rodgers will keep changes to a minimum.
The side which set the British domestic league record of 63 games unbeaten with a 4-0 win over St Johnstone before the international break should form the basis of the side for Saturday’s game.
Craig Gordon should take his usual place in goal, with the first-choice full-backs of Kieran Tierney and Mikael Lustig also expected to start.
With Jozo Simunovic and Erik Sviatchenko still out injured, Nir Bitton should partner Dedryck Boyata at the heart of the defence.
In midfied, Scott Brown can anchor the middle of the pitch, with Callum McGregor and Stuart Armstrong taking turns to get forward and support the attackers.
As Patrick Roberts is still injured, James Forrest will once more be first choice on one wing with Scott Sinclair on the other.
Up-front, Moussa Dembele will be the lone striker, as he looks to continue his recent goal scoring run.
In other Celtic team news, Kristoffer Ajer is set to have talks with Brendan Rodgers about his future