By John Reid
Celtic face Ross County in Dingwall this weekend with the Hoops aiming to make it 64 domestic games undefeated.
It’s a game which County defender Marcus Fraser is looking forward to, and he holds no fear about playing Brendan Rodgers’ unbeaten Champions, saying the home side just need to impose themselves on the game.
Speaking to the Press and Journal, the former Celtic youth player said
“When we come up against the better sides the main aim is to have to have belief and trust in our team-mates and I think we have got that here.
“I know it’s Celtic and people will say how good they are… as a home team, we have to try to impose ourselves on the game.
“They have done so well to set their record… but when the whistle goes on Saturday that won’t be in any of our minds.
“We’ll just be trying to follow our gameplan and hopefully win the game.”
When the teams met at Celtic Park in September, Celtic cruised to a 4-0 victory, thanks to goals from Tom Rogic, Moussa Dembele and a double by James Forrest.
Since then, County have replaced manager Jim McIntyre with Owen Coyle.
The Hoops set the new British unbeaten record in their last game before the international break, a 4-0 victory over St Johnstone.
Celtic have a very busy schedule ahead of them, with a Champions League group stage encounter with PSG in Paris on Wednesday night, followed by three games in six days against Motherwell beginning with the Betfred Cup Final.
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