July 12, 2024

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The Scottish champions are still atop the table going into tonight’s match at Easter Road, despite their struggles to reclaim the brilliant form and style of play that the supporters had grown accustomed to under Ange

After the Hoops lost more ground at the top of the table, Rodgers must decide which players will start and which ones will come off the bench after many Celtics players failed to impress in the 1-1 draw with Aberdeen.

In light of that, the following is my Celtic Predicted XI to play

This season, the former Polish u21 international has had difficulty making an impression on the squad. Although Liam Scales’s form and injuries have hindered his Celtic career, despite Celtic spending £4.3 million on him in the summer, he has missed eleven games this season and has not made the matchday squad.

In a one-on-one with Bojan Miovski against Aberdeen, Nawrocki appeared sluggish and indecisive. He was also extremely fortunate to avoid being sent off for a reckless challenge while on the yellow.

After a while, he became enamored with Stephen Welsh after seeing him play

To be honest, Bernabei lacks the necessary skills to succeed as a player for Celtic. After two years, the £3.75 million the club invested to get him seems like a waste of cash.

Bernabei’s troubles at Celtic have been greatly influenced by Greg Taylor’s play, yet he never seems to make an impression when given the chance.

Rodgers is obviously not a fan of the Argentine, and his involvement in Aberdeen’s Saturday opening will be on Rodgers’ mind.

Anthony Ralston will fill in, and even though it will force him to play out of position, the Scotland defender is more dependable, always gives it his all, and has excellent ball passing skills.

Ralston, 25, has previously been identified by Rodgers as having a bright future at Celtic, and I think he will get his opportunity tonight against H

But of late, the Honduran has been less vibrant. Usually dependable when it comes to free kicks, crosses, and corners, the £3.5 million summer acquisition has begun to irritate Mark Wilson greatly.

As the Honduran missed opportunity after opportunity in the Pittodrie draw, the former Celtic defender couldn’t help but be critical of Palma’s crosses.

Wilson remarked, “He’s so hit and miss because you’re right, sometimes he’s got wicked delivery that’s right on the money,” to Clyde Superscoreboard.

“Someone is the opposite of everyone else, and others will surpass them all.” Not even that one surpasses the first dude.







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