Brendan Rodgers, not for the first time faces a selection headache ahead of the hoops trip to Paris to face PSG.

With Celtic’s crazy fixture congestion for November & December, rotation will be paramount but with a game against one of Europes best and most starting 11 beckoning Rodgers needs to pick players he thinks will get him a result. He also has to come back from Paris to face Motherwell three times in a row. The first game will be for this season’s first piece of silverware.

We’ve picked out the five main places up for grabs. Let us know who you would go with for each position in the comments section below. Feel free to pick out any other positions you think should be highlighted.

Centre Back
Bitton, Sviachenko or Jozo?
Bitton has held his own over the past few weeks at the back, Jozo and Erik are not exactly match fit. Coming up against the most potent trio in world football who would you partner with Boyata?

Centre Mid
Ntcham or Armstrong?
Stuart Armstong only returned from injury on Saturday and he looked rusty. Ntcham has been hot and cold with his own form but he did look good when he came on Saturday.

Right Wing
Forrest or Roberts?
Our stats guy threw up some interesting facts the other day, they simply stated that Forrest is in better-attacking form than Roberts this season. Roberts is only coming back from injury and Forrest probably does more work getting back to help out Lustig.

Attacking Mid
Rogic or McGregor?
Another two players who’s form has had mixed spells over the past month or two. Rogic is just back from Austrailia and was rested against Ross County. McGregor didn’t have one of his better games.

Up Front.
Dembele or Griffiths?
This seems to be a question getting asked ever since Dembele scored a hat-trick against the Rangers in September 2016. Dembele seemed to be getting back to form until his display on Saturday, it took Griffiths coming off the bench to save the day. But is that enough to warrant Leigh getting a start?




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