Celtic go back to the domestic grind fresh from the midweek high of going toe-to-toe with a European heavyweight and claiming their first Champions League Group E point after a 2-2 draw against Atletico Madrid.

The destination is once again Edinburgh as the men in green and white make a return trip back up the M8 to face Hibernian at Easter Road.

Brendan Rodgers side produced their best league performance of the campaign as they dismantled Hearts 4-1 at Tynecastle last Sunday to remain seven points clear at the summit of the Premiership.

The champions dazzled with a scintillating display in Gorgie.

Can the repeat the trick in Leith? Who will the Northern Irishman turn to for the next capital instalment?

Our writers have their say...

Tony Haggerty

The good news for Celtic is that they sport a 100 per cent record in Scottish Premiership away matches so far this season

Rodgers' side's display in midweek against Diego Simeone's men will have put an added spring in the step of Celtic as they head back to Edinburgh in search of a quickfire league double over the capital teams.

It kind of broke slightly in midweek as Reo Hatate's hamstring injury was the only downer on a night of massive positivity for the Scottish champions.

With that in mind changes will be kept to a minimum for this one and Joe Hart will take his place between the sticks. Hart was left cursing his luck in midweek after he saved Frenchman Antoine Griezmann's spot-kick only for him to follow up and score on the rebound. Them's the breaks as they say.

In defence the same four have earned the right to start again so Alistair Johnston at right- back, Greg Taylor at left-back and Cameron Carter-Vickers and Liam Scales at right and left centre-backs in nailed on for the time being.

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In midfield the only change that Rodgers has to contemplate is who comes in for Hatate? Skipper Callum McGregor and the baller that is Matt O'Riley pick themselves.

O'Riley won't better his world-class volley against Hearts last week all season but he is racking up the goals and assists which augurs well. Tomoki Iwata reminded the manager of his worth when he came on to score the fourth at Tynecastle last weekend. Despite impressing greatly the Japanese midfielder will have to be content with a place on the bench in this one as Portuguese under-21 international Paulo Bernardo gets the nod. Bernardo was excellent in midweek against the LaLiga side and now has a chance to shine in the Celtic team.

Up front it is another case of as you were with Daizen Maeda being deployed on the right wing after a goal at Tynecastle and a lung-busting shift against Atletico Madrid. Honduran winger Luis Palma alsp continues to add to his Celtic career showreel and he will start on the left wing. Kyogo Furihashi netted back-to-back Champions League group stage goals which came hot on the heels of his eight goal against the Jambos in as many outings and his 61st Celtic career goal in total after  96 matches. The Japanese talisman will be looking to add to that tally at Easter Road tomorrow.

The formbook certainly suggests Celtic and it could well be a case of how many will Rodgers side win by to extend their advantage at the top to 10 points for 24 hours at least before Rangers take on Hearts at Ibrox on Sunday.

Tony's team: Hart; Johnston, Carter-Vickers, Scales, Taylor; McGregor, Bernardo; Maeda, O’Riley, Palma; Kyogo

Ryan McGinlay

After their Champions League exploits, it will be good to see Celtic take on the other side from Edinburgh in Hibernian this weekend. The team’s flawless away record must be maintained, in order to put plenty of pressure on those that are playing after the champions.

With that in mind, there won't be too many changes to the team that did so well the other night against Atletico. In goals, Hart will start again, after an impressive performance against Simeone’s side on Wednesday. He can be proud of his efforts, as well as the plaudits that come from saving a penalty, though he was unlucky with the rebound coming straight to Antoine Griezmann just seconds later.

The defence will stay exactly the same, as Scales and Carter-Vickers will continue to start, even with Gustaf Lagerbielke available and Maik Nawrocki nearing a return. Quite simply put, you cannot drop Scales right now. Taylor and Johnston will occupy left and right-back respectively, with both looking for better performances than their below-par showings on Wednesday.

In the midfield is where the one and only enforced change will occur in the shape of Hatate. The midfielder looked distraught coming off of the park in the early stages of Wednesday’s game, though his replacement did really well, given the circumstances. Because of this, it will be Captain McGregor as the deepest midfielder, supported by Bernardo and O’Riley further forward.

This is the Portuguese midfielder’s big chance to truly stake a claim in Rodgers’ plans going forward, one would suspect he is going to grab it with both hands if given the nod on Saturday afternoon. Celtic’s star man O’Riley will be looking to add yet another goal contribution to his growing collection, as his stock rises game by game in the process.

If it isn’t broken, then don’t try and fix it. Rodgers should use this famous saying to his forward line, assuming they aren’t too tired after Wednesday’s game! In all seriousness, however, Kyogo will be supported by Palma and Maeda on the left and right respectfully, as their places are pretty much nailed on at this point. All three were involved in one way or another with a goal in midweek and will be hoping for more joy in front of goal, whether that be in the shape of a goal or an assist.

The team essentially picks itself, apart from Bernardo, who is preferred over David Turnbull and Odin Thiago Holm. Fingers crossed Hatate is back soon, but you would expect Celtic to have far too much for Montgomery’s Hibs on Saturday afternoon. Celtic to win by two at Easter Road.

Ryan’s team: Hart; Johnston, Carter-Vickers, Scales, Taylor; McGregor, Bernardo; Maeda, O’Riley, Palma; Kyogo