Celtic ticked off yet another game yesterday as they played their 25th match of the season as there is now only eight games to go until the split.
Only three of those matches will be played away from home which puts the league leaders in an incredibly strong position to go on and win another league title as they sit comfortably at the top of the Scottish Premiership with a nine point advantage.
The Hoops form at Celtic Park domestically under Ange Postecoglou has been terrific as it is now over two years since they lost a league match at Parkhead which came back in January 2021.
After dismantling St Johnstone 4-1 at McDiarmid Park it was yet another tricky test ticked off the list as games like that on a difficult surface can be a bit of a banana skin.
Nobody appears to be able to stop the Scottish champions in their desire for a second league title under Postecoglou as their relentless form continues on having only lost one league fixture in the past 57 matches.
The remaining three fixtures on the road before the split are visits to St Mirren, Ross County and Kilmarnock.
Before the first of those away days, Celtic will have played a further match in the league, a Scottish Cup tie and the Viaplay Cup final.
It is set up to be an exciting end of the season for Celtic supporters and the chunk of the hard work to retain the league title can be done at Celtic Park before the split.
Celtic’s League Matches Pre-Split:
- Aberdeen [H]
- St Mirren [A]
- Hearts [H]
- Hibs [H]
- Ross County [A]
- The Rangers [H]
- Kilmarnock [A]
- Motherwell [H]
Lets hope hampden is improved sfa should not hsve allowed pitch to get this bad