BRENDAN RODGERS will have one eye on Rangers on Saturday but he's not ready to give up Celtic's treble chance.
The Hoops boss will make changes for tonight's League Cup quarter-final and at the same time put out a side capable of winning.
Players such as Odsonne Edourd, Callum McGregor, Jonny Hayes and Tom Rogic could start and Celtic should make it 56 domestic games unbeaten.
Rodgers last season saw his side win both league encounters at Dens by one and in the last seven trips there Celtic's biggest win was 2-0 (twice).
Celtic are no bigger than 2-9 at McBookie which of course gives us a problem finding value given those stats.
With that Ibrox encounter just three days away it's unlikely to be a rout so consider Celtic -1 at 4-6 with Ladbrokes.
Moussa Dembele could be handed a start after a 60-minute runout and goal against Ross County. He is 14-5 with McBookie to score first but just 4-7 to net at any time.
Celtic lifted the trophy last season without conceding and are 21-20 with McBookie to win to nil.
Dundee notched their first league win against St Johnstone so will be feeling better about themselves. They are a best 13-2 at Marathonbet while a draw pays 21-4 at McBookie.
A-Jay Leitch-Smith, possible the only double hyphened player in Scottish football, bagged a double against the Perth men and is 11-4 to score again.
- Celtic -1
- Celtic to win to nil
- Dembele to score first (if he starts)