Thursday, December 20th, 2012
Saturday (1500 GMT) sees draw specialists Ross County travel to Scottish giants Celtic in what is expected be a one-sided affair.
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Fresh from being drawn against Juventus in the last 16 of the Champions League, Celtic host a slightly less glamorous match against Ross County.
Celtic should have little to worry about against a team who have managed only one win on their travels this season. However, The Bhoys have succumbed to shock home defeats this season to Kilmarnock and Inverness. With only 4 wins from 8 home fixtures the Celtic followers will be hoping for an emphatic display against the SPL newcomers.
Gary Hooper is the obvious goal threat for Celtic having netted 14 times already this season. With 5 games in the next 15 days for Celtic expect plenty of squad rotation up front thanks to their numerous options.
Ross County have drawn 9 of their 18 games in the league this season and would be thrilled to leave Parkhead with another draw. With only 3 wins they sit 2 places above the relegation zone.
Midfielders Rocco Quinn and Iain Vigurs are County’s top scorers this season with four goals each. Highly rated Celtic youngster, Victor Wanyama is sure to keep a close eye on those two in the midfield battle.
Ross County almost managed a 1-0 victory over Celtic earlier this season but were thwarted by a late Kris Commons equaliser. However, Ross County are without a win in 8 so expect a comfortable home victory to extend Celtic’s league at the top of the table.