Celtic have announced the team that will clinch the team’s eighth league title in a row if it avoids defeat against Aberdeen.

The team selected sees manager Neil Lennon make two changes from the side which defeated Kilmarnock 1-0.

Two changes made

Timothy Weah and Kieran Tierney come into the side, replacing Scott Sinclair and Emilio Izaguirre.

The introduction of Weah is intriguing, as Neil Lennon has selected an attacking side.

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The Hoops go into the game needing only a point to clinch what will be the club’s eighth title in a row. The fans that have travelled through to Pittodrie would no doubt like to see the title clinched with an emphatic victory.

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Emphatic victories hard to come by

Under interim manager Lennon, emphatic victories have been hard to come by.

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Ironically, the biggest victory came against a nine man Aberdeen side in the Scottish Cups semi-final. The Hoops strolled to a 3-0 victory.

A similar performance against the Dons would see the Hoops win the title in style. That what the fans deserve after what has been a difficult week at the club.

The passing of Lisbon Lions Billy McNeill and Stevie Chalmers has been a huge loss to all at the club. Winning the title in style would be the perfect tribute. It is up to the team that has been selected to get the Hoops over the line.

 

 

 

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