Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou is looking forward to a good test as his squad prepare to head to Tannadice on Sunday to face Dundee United.
The last time the two sides faced, United were able to come away with a point from Celtic Park.
With that in mind, the former Socceroos boss is expecting a tough challenge against Tam Courts side, but he believes that his squad can continue their current good domestic away form.
“It’s a good challenge. They frustrated us here and got a draw against us, and away from home is always a good challenge,” he said, as quoted by Football Scotland.
“We’re’ expecting a tough game. But our away form has been really strong, and we just need to continue.
“I’ve’ been saying to the players that we just need to focus on our football and making sure that every week we present ourselves in the right manner and go about it in the right way.
“We can’t get too caught up with what’s happening around us, and we’ve done that pretty well in recent times and need to keep doing it.”
The last meeting between the teams was a frustrating result to take for the fans. However, since then, the squad have really kicked on under Ange and produced a run of 10 wins in the last 12 games.
This time around, we will certainly feel better equipped to face Dundee United, going into this game with confidence.
Despite the recent injuries sustained against Hearts on Thursday night, Ange and his squad will hopefully continue this good run of form, which is crucial in a busy month of fixtures.