Ange won’t accept anything less than a fully committed attacking display against St Mirren

What can we expect against The Buddies tomorrow?

After the disappointment of losing the Bragging Rights Cup last week, what sort of reaction can we expect from Ange Postecoglou’s side tomorrow at Celtic Park against St Mirren?

Will Ange go full strength and encourage a flawless display after last weeks debacle? Or will he opt to rest a few with the upcoming Scottish Cup Final against Inverness Caley Thistle in mind?

I think it will probably be a mixture of the two, the next few games are in the grand scheme of things, meaningless after all, but it’s also vital that we keep our momentum and fitness levels in check. Of course we don’t want to be picking up any injury’s but another bumper 60,000 sell-out crowd will be present at Celtic Park tomorrow and will demand a vastly improved performance on last weekend’s disappointing display from the Hoops.

Ange Postecoglou is a clever man and he knows he will have to shuffle his pack while being competitive at the same time. As he frequently says “We Never Stop”, so expect a big reaction and improved display against St Mirren. The players pride will have been dented and there are also Scottish Cup final places up for grabs. I’m expecting nothing less than a fully committed attacking display from the players tomorrow. Ange won’t accept anything less.

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