Celtic will take on Ross County away from home at the Global Energy Stadium in the semi-finals of the Scottish League Cup on Sunday afternoon.
Ronny Deila’s side will then face Aberdeen away from home at Pittodrie Stadium in the Scottish Premiership on Wednesday evening.
Former Celtic striker Hartson believes that the Bhoys will win both of the matches.
“Personally I think they will win tomorrow and I can see them beating Aberdeen too,” the former Wales international wrote in The Scottish Sun. “If that happens then you’d have to say Celtic are looking good to clean up and win everything.”
Celtic have the best squad in Scotland and will head into the tie against County as massive favourites.
Of course, in a cup game anything is possible, but the Bhoys should be able to progress to the final of the Scottish League Cup with relative ease.
Winning against Aberdeen could prove to be tough, as the home team have title ambitions of their own.
Derek McInnes’s side are six points behind leaders Celtic in second place, and they will know that a defeat at home to the Hoops will pretty much end their chances of winning the Scottish Premiership title this campaign.