The Celtic supporters will roll up to Paradise tomorrow hoping for the fairytale ending to the fairytale Scottish Premiership season.

The faithful will expect to see their heroes putting on one more show against Motherwell.

Ange Postecoglou will demand another home victory as Celtic aims to celebrate trophy presentation day in style.

There is also the small matter of Celtic stretching their unbeaten league run of games to 32 in the process which has been no mean feat for Postecoglou's men.

Our writers make their predictions...

Sean Martin

Admittedly, I thought this game would be the one Ange Postecoglou would rotate. Given he made four changes – including starting all three of the ‘second-choice’ frontline – against Dundee United in midweek I think it’ll be back to pretty much full strength for the big send-off.

As such, the back four in front of Joe Hart will remain as-is again while the midfield will see Callum McGregor lead the team, and the club, to the trophy.

Alongside him, there could be a return for Tom Rogic yet Matt O’Riley’s form has been impressive and so – if the Australian is to begin the match for his farewell – it would have to be at the expense of Reo Hatate or David Turnbull.

In attack, Jota and Daizen Maeda will surely reclaim the wing berths while Kyogo Furuhashi might fancy a chance to reach 20 goals for the season.

Don’t forget, Giorgos Giakoumakis is currently the club’s leading league scorer (with 11) but both Kyogo and Liel Abada are one behind, even though the Japan international leads by three in all competitions.

In short? Expect goals, regardless of who starts up top.

Sean’s team: Hart; Ralston, Carter-Vickers, Starfelt, Taylor; McGregor, O’Riley, Rogic; Jota, Kyogo, Maeda

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Alison McConnell

Celtic will enjoy the party atmosphere this afternoon with the expectancy is that those who took them to the title given their day on the stage.

Motherwell will look to rain on Celtic's parade and while the result will be of no significance other than of statistical note, Ange Postecoglou will still look to bring the curtain down on the season on a positive note.

The supporters turned out in numbers to greet the bus as it returned from Tannadice on Wednesday afternoon, an indication of the kind of welcome that the players will receive this afternoon.

From the difficulties of the opening months, it has been an exceptionally consistent league campaign with the final game of the season offering a chance to enjoy the fruits of their labour and for the support to celebrate the 11th title in the past 10 years.

Like this season's league campaign, it has been a fairly relentless domination of the domestic scene across the decade.

And last season's chaos will make tomorrow's title party all the more welcome for the Celtic support.

Alison's team: Hart; Ralston, Carter-Vickers, Starfelt, Taylor; McGregor, Rogic, Hatate; Jota, Kyogo, Abada

Tony Haggerty

Once more into the breach as Celtic bring the curtain down on a wonderful debut season for Ange Posteciglou and his men.

Last June, the thought of wrapping green and white ribbons around the Scottish Premiership trophy seemed like a pipe dream.

Thirty-seven games later it became a reality as the Aussie claimed one of the most unlikely of title wins in Celtic's illustrious 134-year-old history.

Celtic and their supporters are in the mood to celebrate whilst Motherwell will be hoping to play the role of party-poopers in Glasgow's East End.

The 10th title in 11 years is what the hosts and their faithful have come to see and the Aussie manager and the supporters will demand one final dynamic performance to match.

That said it will be a full-strength squad that takes to the field against the Steelmen.

The back five stays the same in the continued absence of Josip Juranovic. 

Mercurial midfielder Tom Rogic will be given the chance to enjoy his swansong as he says goodbye and pulls the curtain down on a decade of service for Celtic and he will start alongside Matt O'Riley and captain fantastic Callum McGregor in the midfield.

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It will be an emotional moment for McGregor as he holds aloft the silver trophy for the first time as skipper.

Having rotated all three front mem for the visit to Tannadice it will be a return to the tried and tested triumvirate of Jota, Kyogo and Maeda for this one.

It's party time in Paradise and everybody can relax and smile and pat themselves on the back for a job well done.

Tony's team: Hart; Ralston, Carter-Vickers, Starfelt, Taylor; McGregor, O’Riley, Rogic; Jota, Kyogo, Maeda

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