Celtic battle in three different competitions in their next five games, including the Champions League and the Scottish League Cup final.
Celtic face a hugely important period following the international break as they battle in three different competitions in their first five games back, including a daunting trip to face Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League and a Scottish League Cup final against Motherwell.
With that in mind, HITC Sport has had a go at predicting their next five results, which includes three fixtures in a row against their cup final opponents...
Ross County 0-2 Celtic
Ross County have been performing well this season but inconsistency has certainly been a problem, and a ruthless Celtic side should have no problem taking advantage of that inconsistency. There may be some changes given the PSG game just around the corner, but the Hoops should maintain their unbeaten domestic run.
PSG 3-0 Celtic
With PSG already through to the knockout stages and Celtic in a good position to finish third in their group, it is slightly more difficult to predict the result, but the French side will undoubtedly go into the game as overwhelming favourites, having scored 17 and conceded none in their first four games. With the cup final just a few days later, Brendan Rodgers' team selection will arguably be interesting.
Celtic 3-0 Motherwell
The first of three successive meetings between Celtic and Motherwell takes place at Hampden Park and should result in yet another trophy for the Hoops. Motherwell were excellent in the semi-final, but they were helped by Rangers seemingly not turning up and Celtic should not have that problem.
Motherwell 1-1 Celtic
After a Champions League tie and what we expect to be a League Cup win, Celtic's players would be forgiven for struggling in the league clash with Well just a few days after the final. The prospect of extending the unbeaten run should see Celtic through, but the performance may be underwhelming.
Celtic 2-1 Motherwell
Celtic will round off the trilogy against Motherwell with a narrow win at Parkhead. Well will have a great idea of how to play against Rodgers' men by the third game, but a disappointing display in the previous clash will leave Celtic fully determined to step their game up. However, Well's chances may be boosted by the potentially-massive Champions League tie with Anderlecht just a handful of days later.