Video: Watch the Bhoys train at Lennoxtown ahead of Dens Park visit

It’s Celtic’s turn to play in the later game this weekend and we will have to be at our best to get the points from a dogged Dundee side. Our main rivals for the Scottish Premiership title have recently dropped points at Dens Park and having been beaten comprehensively twice already this season from the Champions, Tony Docherty will be hoping to put a dent in our League ambitions.

Despite the 3-0 scoreline the first time we played the Dark Blues at Celtic Park earlier on in the year, it was still 0-0 at half-time that afternoon and we will have to ensure we don’t allow the game to get away from us. They will of course target the set-piece avenue as we’ve shown time and time this campaign that we don’t deal well with lofted balls high into the penatly area.

Whether or not that is enough for Brendan Rodgers to change the personnel in the backline is very much up for debate. The way in which we lost the same goal to Aberdeen was horrendous and everyone could see it coming a mile off. Hopefully though, Rodgers and his backroom staff have worked on ironing out that particular issue in the lead up to this Sunday’s 3pm fixture in the City of Discovery.

In the meantime, watch the Bhoys train at Lennoxtown below…

Paul Gillespie

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