Celtic return to Edinburgh tomorrow looking to heap another dose of domestic capital punishment on Hibs this time around.

Brendan Rodgers men dismantled Hearts 4-1 at Tynecastle last Sunday and are now looking to claim Hibs scalp at Easter Road.

The Northern Irishman watched on in midweek as Celtic impressively put their first Group E Champions League group stage point on the board with a gutsy 2-2 draw with Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid.

There were lots of positives to take from Wednesday's outing against the Spaniards as Japanese striker Kyogo Furuhashi netted in back-to-back Champions League matches as Matt O'Riley turned in another man of the match display.

The Danish international also revealed how much he enjoys playing alongside goalscoring talisman.

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O'Riley said: “It comes very naturally at this point. Most of my assists last season came through him just because his movement is so good, and it is so easy to play with him.

"So, as soon as he passed me the ball I knew where he was going to be, and it was just a case of executing the pass.

“I think there is a natural chemistry there between us. Good players kind of understand each other quite naturally, and the more you play with someone, then naturally, the better the understanding.

"But he makes it really, really easy for me because his movement is so good. I probably see the game in a certain way, and he sees it in a similar way in terms of his movement, so it just clicks really well."

With Honduran winger Luis Palma also continuing his rich vein of form as he netted his third Celtic goal the only bad news was the injury to Japanese playmaker Reo Hatate who left the field with a suspected hamstring injury in midweek and faces a spell on the sidelines.

The Scottish champions - who have spilt only two domestic points all season after a 0-0 draw against St Johnstone back in August - make the trip up the M8 with an added incentive.

Rodgers side know that victory in this one would see the men in green and white move 10 points clear of Rangers who entertain Hearts at Ibrox 24 hours later.

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