Fringe player starts in five changes to Rodgers 4-3-3: Celtic best possible XI v St Johnstone
Celtic return to league action against St Johnstone on Sunday, in the aftermath of their triumphant Europa League victory over Zenit.
The Hoops are set to head to Russia on Thursday for the second leg of the tie with a 1-0 lead, and with that in mind Brendan Rodgers should make changes for the game against the Perth side.
The match against St Johnstone is still a game that the Bhoys will be going all out to win though, as a victory would take them 11 points clear of second placed Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership table.
The Hoops must make five changes from the team which beat Zenit, as it freshens the 4-3-3 formation up but keeps the core of the team which won in Europe together.
One player who will definitely miss the game is captain Scott Brown who is suspended, which means he will be raring to go for the game in Russia.
Here, Football Insider looks at the best Hoops XI to take on St Johnstone
Click ‘reveal’ below to see the best goalkeeper and defenders…