At the moment it looks like Celtic are on their way to winning a record-equaling ninth straight Scottish league title this season after going 10 points clear of the Rangers.
While their Glasgow rivals have struggled for form since returning from the winter break, Neil Lennon’s side have flourished. They have looked like a team reborn following their 2-1 loss at the hands of Steven Gerrard’s side before heading to Dubai.
And Aberdeen manager, Derek McInnes, believes that it is the hunger of the players at Parkhead that is the reason behind their brilliant form. As reported by Sports Mole, McInnes said:
“Any time we play Celtic they always seem to be in good form. What I see in this Celtic team is not only the attacking threats that they have always possessed but there seems to be a hunger about them which they probably have needed in the last few weeks.”
The most impressive thing about Celtic’s form is the fact that how they have managed to keep the ship steady despite a number of injuries to important players throughout the course of the season.
The two sides will meet tomorrow when the Hoops travel to Pittodrie Stadium to take on 3rd-placed Aberdeen.