Sunday, Tynecastle, 12.45pm (game on after pitch inspection)
ALL eyes will be on Neil Lennon as he returns to the scene of his attack by fan today.
Lennon says he has no fears about going back to Tynecastle and let's hope we'll be talking about the quality of the football after 90 minutes.
What's not up for debate is the fact Celtic must win three points after slipping 10 points behind Rangers, albeit with two games in hand.
Some people are saying the title race is already over but of course it's not but Celtic can't afford any more slip-ups.
Lennon will take heart from the way his men played against Udinese in the Europa League on Thursday and I reckon they'll do enough to win.
Celtic are a best 3-4 with William Hill while the Jambos are 5-1 at Stan James.
Gary Hooper is first-scorer favourite at 9-2 with Chandler but new penalty taker Ki (12-1, Chandler) and James Forrest (19-2, Chandler) could provide better value. Forrest netted two against the Jambos last week.
Ki to score first
(3-4, William Hill)