The Lowdown: Huge game at Parkhead
Ange Postecoglou’s side face one of their biggest games of the season on Sunday afternoon, in what could be the pivotal day in the title race.
Celtic go into the match with a six-point cushion over their rivals with four league outings left, meaning victory for the Hoops would all but seal title glory.
That being said, a Rangers win would give the table a very different complexion and Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men will be confident after their Scottish Cup semi-final victory earlier this month.
The Latest: Devlin makes key prediction
“After the Hamden defeat, Postecoglou said that his players did not take as many “risks” in possession as he liked. That day Celtic were cautious and indecisive. Arguably their best strategy for Sunday is boldness, even a little arrogance, on the ball.”
The Verdict: Correct approach from Hoops
While Celtic could technically play for a draw on Sunday, in order to retain their six-point advantage, going into a game with that approach always feels risky, potentially playing into Rangers’ hands.
Instead, the Hoops must back themselves, as Devlin says, taking the game to their opponents and showing that they are superior when it comes to technical ability.
The vital 2-1 win at Ibrox was proof of that, whereas the cup defeat was different, and it is imperative that they perform more like the former game than the latter.
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