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  • Celts aiming to continue good domestic form against Ross County

    Celts aiming to continue good domestic form against Ross County

    By: Paul Cuddihy on 15 Sep, 2017 15:01

  • CELTIC return to domestic action this weekend when they play host to Ross County on Saturday afternoon (KO: 3pm). And while Brendan Rodgers knows that the Highland side will be characteristically tough opponents, he will be looking for his side to maintain their place at the top of the Premiership table.

    The Hoops returned to the summit with their recent 4-1 victory over Hamilton Accies at New Douglas Park, and they know that a positive result against Ross County would extend their unbeaten domestic record to an impressive 55 games.

    Speaking ahead of the game, the Celtic manager said: “You’re always preparing for the next game and, for us, Ross County will be a difficult game. It will be a different challenge for us but we’ll go into it with the same idea to look to win the game.

    “It’s still very early on in the season but we started the league campaign very well and we want it to continue.

    “Moussa Dembele will be in the squad, while we’ll assess Dedryck to see whether he’s going to be available or not. Moussa looks good, and he’s been training now for a few weeks.”

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