Will Celtic’s relentless, irrepressible form continue?
Last Sunday, the Hoops booked their place in the Scottish Cup semi-finals, demolishing Hearts 3-0 at Tynecastle.
Aaron Mooy broke the deadlock after less than 90 seconds, before Kyōgo Furuhashi and Cameron Carter-Vickers were both on target in Gorgie.
Ange Postecoglou’s team will take on Rangers at Hampden at the end of next month for a place in the final.
Back in the Premiership, the Celts remain nine points clear, having won eight on the spin, accumulating 61 points from the last 63 available, which is remarkable.
This includes beating Hibernian 6-1 and 4-0, with a similarly emphatic margin of victory expected here.
Lee Johnson’s side make the daunting trip to Glasgow’s East End in terrific form, chasing down city-rivals Hearts in third.
Hibs were unbeaten in seven matches, winning five of them, before being demolished 4-1 by Rangers at Easter Road last time out.
Nevertheless, the Hibees are back up to fourth, five points below Hearts, very much on course for a return to European competition.
Will Celtic run riot at Parkhead, something they have a tendency to do?