CELTIC have been breaking records all season in search of their first treble in 16 years.
With the Bhoys yet to be beaten domestically they’ve got one more record to aim for before the curtain comes down on the Premiership season.
Celtic need 7 points and 10 goals from the 3 remaining league games to break total points and goals scored records in a season. via @OptaCeltic
Brendan Rodgers side is sitting on 97 points for the season and if they manage two wins and a draw they’ll beat the all-time Scottish record who was set by – yes, you guessed it, Celtic. Scoring 10 goals in the process would also make them the most prolific side in Scottish football.
This should give the players a little more incentive as they prepare for the cup final with these last three matches.
First up is Aberdeen away on Friday night, followed by Partick Thistle away and the champions host Hearts on the final day. With two away games you would perhaps think to get 10 goals might be a stretch, but in actual fact, Celtic have scored more goals in their travels in the league this season than at home.
While the treble is the most important thing for the club to procure, the icing on the cake would be another record broke.