Celtic take on St. Johnstone this weekend as they look to bounce back from a hugely disappointing 1-0 defeat at the hands of Kilmarnock last Sunday.
It is pivotal the Bhoys get back on track and ahead of the match; here is everything you need to know.
Where and When
Celtic play St. Johnstone this Saturday, the 26th of August, at 3 pm. The match will take place at Parkhead.
TV and Stream
The game will not be shown on any live television, but fans outside the UK and Ireland can stream it via Celtic TV.
Who Is In Charge?
In the middle of this one is Matthew MacDermid. Ross Macleod and Graham McNeillie will assist him; meanwhile, Chris Fordyce will be the fourth official. On VAR is Andrew Dallas, and his assistant is Drew Kirkland.
For Celtic, the injury list is lengthy. All of Cameron Carter-Vickers, Reo Hatate, Marco Tilio, Yuki Kobayashi, Stephen Welsh, Maik Nawrocki and Oh Hyeon-gyu remain out. One positive, though, is that Alistair Johnston is back in full training and could well feature.
Coming away with a win on Saturday is pivotal for the Bhoys. Rodgers will want to have the three-point lead intact heading into Ibrox with the view to extending it then.