Celtic’s final game before their trip to Hampden on Sunday is against Hamilton at Celtic Park.
It may appear as one of the easier ties Celtic should be dealing with but with the Cup Final looming and Celtic having injuries – we can take nothing for granted.
The bhoys have been in fine form and have even managed seven goals in the last two games without their talisman Odsonne Edouard and the influential Mohammed Elyounoussi.
The Celtic team feels like a juggernaut at the moment and they don’t look like stopping anytime soon.
The game on Wednesday provides Celtic with a chance to stay at the top of the SPFL by outscoring the Ibrox club on the night.
There’s a chance Steven Gerrard’s men could be top on the night on goal difference if Celtic only win by the odd goal.
With that in mind, the pressure right now is driving the team forward.
The man in between things at Celtic Park will be Alan Muir, who will be flanked by linesmen Calum Spence and Graham McNeillie with the fourth official Grant Irvine.