It's back to the bread and butter of Scottish Premiership business for Celtic this Sunday as they take on Aberdeen at Parkhead.

The champions will no doubt still be smarting from their midweek Champions League mauling in the Metropolitano Stadium courtesy of Atletico Madrid.

Despite the 6-0 crushing in midweek Celtic can still qualify for both the knockout stages of the Champions League and the Europa League but it involves winning both of their remaining matches away to Lazio in Rome on Matchday five and Feyenoord at home when the group stage concludes.

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The show must go on though and next up for Brendan Rodgers' men is an outing against Aberdeen as Celtic entertain Barry Robson's side who themselves are coming off the back of a highly creditable 2-2 Europa Conference League group stage draw against PAOK in Greece.

The men in green and white triumphed 3-1 at Pittodrie in the previous meeting between the two sides back in August with goals from Liel Abada, Kyogo Furuhashi and Matt O'Riley with Bojan Miovski on target for the Reds.

Aberdeen currently sit mid-table in the Scottish Premiership and they head into this weekend on the back of three matches without a defeat in all competitions although having said all that the Reds are still only two points above the relegation zone.

Celtic will still be without the injured Reo Hatate and Liel Abada and it remains to be seen if Rodgers will freshen up his starting lineup following the events in Madrid.

The home side will be looking to maintain their eight-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership albeit with Rangers sporting a game in hand.

Will the Northern Irishman opt to rejig the defence? Could that mean a reintroduction to the first team fold for Polish centre-back Maik Nawrocki? Is it time to unleash Norwegian midfielder Odin Thiago Holm on the Dons?

Celtic, of course, will be aiming to continue their unbeaten start to the domestic campaign which has yielded 10 wins and 2 draws from their opening 12 fixtures.

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