Brendan Rodgers had confirmed his Celtic team to play Kilmarnock this afternoon. From last weekend’s 2-0 win over St. Mirren, there is one change.

Joe Hart continues between the sticks as does Anthony Ralston at right back. Liam Scales partners Stephen Welsh at centre-half once again while Greg Taylor returns to the team to complete the backline.

Greg Taylor Celtic
2nd January 2024; St Mirren Park, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, Scottish Premiership Football, St Mirren versus Celtic; Greg Taylor of Celtic celebrates gesturing to the fans after he shoots and scores to make it 3-0 in the 61st minute

Captaining the side in the middle of the park is Callum McGregor. Matt O’Riley plays alongside him.

Luis Palma starts on the left while Daizen Maeda is due to play on the opposite flank.

It seems as though the manager has gone with a similar set-up to last week as once more, Adam Idah and Kyogo start together.

Celtic Team

Among the subs are the likes of Scott Bain, Maik Nawrocki, Yang, Oh, Tomoki Iwata, Nicolas Kuhn, Alexandro Bernabei, Paulo Bernardo, and Daniel Kelly. Liel Abada is once more absent altogether.

Kick-off for this afternoon’s match is at three o’clock.



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