Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is on the verge of winning his second Scottish Premiership title in Glasgow and while it is simply down to the formality of bagging all the necessary points – he should still want to do it in style.
The Bhoys welcome bitter rivals Rangers to Parkhead on Sunday and the fans will no doubt be in party mood ahead of kick-off as they can ensure the title is theirs in the biggest of games.
Although it should not be too much effort to Celtic to brush aside Graeme Murty’s team of misfits, Rodgers must still unleash Charly Musonda for the game as he could run rings around Rangers and really show them why they will never catch up to the Hoops.
Musonda, 21, moved to Celtic Park on loan from Chelsea in January, but he has been rarely seen and has made just eight appearances in all competitions.
The Belgian attacking midfielder has played just once in the Scottish Premiership since February and has to be given more chances to shine.
As Musonda is on an 18-month loan in Glasgow, it will make sense for Rodgers to give him a taste of the Glasgow derby now while there is less pressure than there normally would be.
Musonda is a smashing young player but he really needs to express himself by getting into the starting line-up and having a full 90 minutes to really show why fans will be getting off their seats next season.
In other Celtic news, a BBC pundit has called on Rangers to beat the Hoops to their £5million-rated summer target.