The Celtic star claims the pitch was not watered at half-time during last weekend's Scottish Cup final.
Celtic have become the first team in history to win back-to-back domestic trebles, and John Collins believes rivals showed them too much respect.
Celtic completed the defence of their domestic treble with a 2-0 Scottish Cup final win over Motherwell on Saturday.
Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic reportedly wanted to sign Trevor Carson from Motherwell in the January transfer window.
Ntcham will make his 47th Celtic appearance on Saturday; far more than the 23 games he managed in the three campaigns before his summer move.
Rangers have a new manager in Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, and former Motherwell star Michael Higdon reckons he's the best thing to ever happen to Scottish football.
Motherwell are Celtic's last hurdle on their way to a domestic treble and Boyata is ready to put his body on the line.
Motherwell will attempt to stop Celtic from clinching the Scottish Cup having lost the League Cup final to them last November.
Nadir Ciftci is on loan at Motherwell from Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic at the moment.
Celtic skipper Scott Brown has spent 11 seasons at the club.
Cup competitions are providing such embarrassment to Pedro Caixinha that it is looking increasingly doubtful he will be afforded the luxury of a full league season.
Celtic maintained their cruise towards a 48th top-flight title with a 2-0 defeat of Ross County while Rangers, who will host the Old Firm derby on New Year’s Eve, struggled to break down St Johnstone in a 1-1 draw.
Inverness battled back to draw 1-1 with Hamilton. The in-form Ali Crawford gave Hamilton a 16th-minute advantage with a clever free-kick curled in at the goalkeeper’s near post.