Manager Neil Lennon has named his Celtic side for today’s Scottish Premiership match at home to Kilmarnock, as per the club’s official website.

The full match squad is as follows:

Starting XI – Forster; Simunovic, Jullien, Ajer; McGregor, Frimpong, Rogic, Christie, Taylor; Griffiths, Edouard.

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Substitutes – Bain, Bitton, Bayo, Klimala, Bauer, Bolingoli, Elyounoussi.

Celtic head into today’s match unbeaten in ten matches in all competitions, nine of which have come as wins in domestic action.

Thursday’s foes Copenhagen are the only team to have even drawn with us in 2020 so far.

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Clearly then we are massive favourites heading into today’s encounter, hoping to beat Kilmarnock for the third time this season.

Both matches against the Ayrshire side have resulted in 3-1 victories for Lennon’s men this term.

With Scott Brown picking up a knock in Denmark, Tom Rogic returns to the starting eleven alongside today’s captain Callum McGregor and Ryan Christie in midfield.

It looks like Lennon is again going for a 3-5-2 formation that fully utilises a returning Leigh Griffiths and red hot Odsonne Edouard.

It’s a strong lineup despite a huge European second leg on the immediate horizon. Lennon clearly feels he can’t take any chances with the points today.

However, Olivier Ntcham and James Forrest are notable absentees, perhaps being rested for the showdown with Copenhagen.

The Celtic huddle

The Celtic huddle / (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)

Can our big players show up and keep marching ahead towards nine-in-a-row?

These fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on the lineup…

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