Predicted line-up: One change as Celtic look to continue unbeaten run

Celtic's Northern Irish manager Brendan Rodgers (C) looks on during the UEFA Champions League Group B football match between Celtic and Bayern Munich at Celtic Park in Glasgow, on October...

Here is how we predict Celtic will line up against Ross County this weekend:

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers looks on during the UEFA Champions League group B match between Celtic FC and Bayern Muenchen at Celtic Park on October 31, 2017 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

Scottish giants Celtic travel to the Global Energy Stadium to take on Owen Coyle's Ross County on Saturday, as they look to increase their unbeaten run in domestic football to 64 matches.

Celtic have continued to assert their dominance north of the border this season, with the Hoops sitting three points clear of second-placed Aberdeen. They have conceded just six goals in 12 Scottish Premiership matches.

The 48-time Scottish champions have already dispatched Ross County this season with a 4-0 win, thanks to a James Forrest brace as well as goals from Tom Rogic and Moussa Dembele.

The Celtic team pictured before the UEFA Champions League group B match between Celtic FC and Bayern Muenchen at Celtic Park on October 31, 2017 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

Brendan Rodgers has a number of injury concerns that continue to prevent him from fielding his strongest 11, as Patrick Roberts, Anthony Ralston, Erik Sviatchenko and Jozo Simunovic remain sidelined.

However, he is still able to name a side that are expected to be way too strong for the challenge of Coyle's County, making one change from their last outing against St. Johnstone.

Craig Gordon, Mikael Lustig, Dedryck Boyata, Kieran Tierney, Scott Brown, James Forrest, Callum McGregor and Moussa Dembele have all returned from international duty and are likely to start on Saturday.

France's midfielder Olivier Ntcham (L) vies with Bulgaria's midfielder Angel Lyaskov (C) during the Euro 2018 U-21 qualifying football match between France and Bulgaria, at MMArena Stadium,...

French midfielder Olivier Ntcham is also expected to come into the starting line-up after scoring against St. Johnstone last time out as a substitute, and he should replace 25-year-old Stuart Armstrong in Rodgers' only change.

Tom Rogic misses out as he is yet to return from international duty, following Australia's win over Honduras in the World Cup play-off on Wednesday. Clocking up a number of air miles, Rodgers is expected to give him time to rest.

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