Celtic will be gearing up to take on a tough Aberdeen outfit at the weekend, as their journey toward yet another Scottish Premiership title continues.
The Celts are set to be without Cameron Carter-Vickers, as the American defender may have to undergo knee surgery. Additionally, Reo Hatate and Liel Abada could also miss out, as the pair were both absent for Celtic’s win over Kilmarnock last weekend. James Forrest, Benjamin Siegrist and James McCarthy will also miss out.
In their last game, the Bhoys were thoroughly dominant against Kilmarnock, winning by a wide scoreline of 4-1. All four of Celtic’s goals were scored before the 30-minute mark – in that stretch of time, Kyogo Furuhashi also missed a penalty.
Meanwhile, Motherwell were beaten by Dundee United in their last Scottish Premiership game. It was a disappointing out for the Well – they went 1-0 up thanks to Kevin Van Veen, but were pegged back and eventually left the game with nothing.
The last time the two teams met in competitive action, back in October, Celtic won by a score of 2-1. On that day, the Celts’ goalscorers were Kyogo Furuhashi and Daizen Maeda – can they do the business once again?