Just In as Celtic needs just a point at Kilmarnock tonight to win the Scottish Premiership for the third time in a row.

Since returning to Parkhead for the second time last summer, Brendan Rodgers has experienced highs, lows, and everything in between; yet, this event may prove to be the turning point in his first year back in command.


This season, Kilmarnock has won twice against Celtic, once in the Scottish Premiership and once in the Scottish League Cup.


The two teams drew at Parkhead in February, but the Bhoys only victory over Derek McInnes and company came in September of last year, when Greg Taylor, Luis Palma, and Reo Hatate all scored.


Regarding injuries, Alistair Johnston has recovered from the psychological damage he sustained from John Lundstram’s red card challenge during the Canada international last weekend, so Celtic need not worry too much.


Examining the home team, they have already guaranteed themselves a spot on the continent for the upcoming season; that being said, Derek McInnes has promised to make Aaron Rodgers’ team “work” for a result tonight.


With the various possibilities of the contest at Rugby Park in mind, 67 Hail Hail takes a look at who the Irishman could start on matchday 37 of the league season.


Even though Joe Hart is only three games away from retiring, he is a lock to start because he wants to help his career come to the trophy-filled conclusion it deserves.


Rodgers will stick with Greg Taylor, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Liam Scales, and Alistair Johnston as his defensive back-up. In the Bhoys’ 2-1 Glasgow Derby triumph over Rangers last Saturday, the foursome was crucial in neutralizing the Rangers forward line.





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