Celtic are edging ever closer to their Scottish Premiership clash with Motherwell at Fir Park, with Saturday's game only a few days away. 

Manager Brendan Rodgers will be hoping for his fourth domestic win in a row, after last weekend's 3-0 win against Livingston at the Tony Macaroni arena.

One of the biggest talking points surrounding this game - debated this morning on the Celtic daily briefing - is who will play on each wing for Celtic.

Daizen Maeda - fresh off the back of a stunning first goal of the season in Livingston - will hope to continue that run, as he has started every game thus far.

James Forrest - who was taken off following the red card to Joe Hart - will be hoping to keep his place in the starting line-up, especially since he contributed two key passes in his relatively short time on the park.

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This leaves summer signing Luis Palma, who signed in the last week of the window from FC Aris in Greece. The young Honduran winger has played twice for Celtic so far, coming off of the bench against Dundee at home in the league and starting away from home against Feyenoord in Rotterdam.

The 23-year-old was busy in the latter - completing eight dribbles - as he threatened down the left-hand side for the visitors to De Kuip. Indeed, eight dribbles placed him near the top for that particular metric across the whole of matchday one in the Champions League. 

Will he get a start to showcase his abilities? Or will he have to make do with another spot on the bench for this latest away game? Fingers crossed it is the latter, as Celtic have recently spent a sizable fee to secure his services.

Fir Park - a perfect ground for playing football on the ground -  may suit Luis Palma perfectly, as his dribbling and ability to take on opposition defenders, meaning a start may be the best scenario for both player and club. He could very well be the difference between the sides on the day, as Motherwell have started the season well.

Join Ryan McGinlay and Graeme McGarry, as they debate this point and much more in the daily briefing, linked below via YouTube.