By John Reid
Australian playmaker Tom Rogic would play a key role in a best Celtic line-up against Ross County.
He has the guile and ability to find space to play the perfect pass that is unmatched in Scottish football.
He would be at the heart of a team which would give Ross County plenty of problems to deal with.
Craig Gordon would take his place in goal, with the usual full-backs of Kieran Tierney and Mikael Lustig also involved.
In defence, with Jozo Simunovic and Erik Sviatchenko still out, midfield man Nir Bitton would once again deputise in midfield, alongside Dedryck Boyata.
In midfield, captain Scott Brown will have his role of patrolling the centre of the pitch and keeping the ball.
Brown would be supported by Callum McGregor, who would be able to funnel the ball forward as well as joining the attack himself.
On the wing, James Forrest and Scott Sinclair can give the County defence all kinds of trouble.
The aforementioned Tom Rogic would be just behind the main striker, with the ability to link up with the players on the wing as well as the midfielders.
Up-front, the in-form Moussa Dembele would be the main striker.
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