We would all expect it to be Moussa Dembele who leads the line for Celtic at Hampden on Sunday but while it seems highly unlikely, I do wonder if there would be a feeling about playing Leigh Griffiths in there too.

I doubt it but the last time the teams met Rangers went with the two up front which might give some pause for thought.

I would strongly suspect, though, that it will be Dembele who gets the nod after the manner in which he has performed on the big stages throughout this season.

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Across the middle of the park there are also one or two other decisions to be made. I fancy that it might be Callum McGregor who gets the nod to play just behind Dembele, with Tom Rogic left on the bench.

The Australian has been out of action for four months and it is inevitable that it takes a bit of time to get back into things.

Similarly, I would expect to see James Forrest in the starting line-up at the expense of Patrick Roberts. That would leave those two as well as Griffiths on the bench which is a strong line of subs to put on if there comes a reason why you really need to look to change the game.

I also suspect that Erik Svitachenko might find himself back out with Jozo Simunovic and Dedryck Boyata pairing up, assuming both are fit.

It will be interesting to see if Rangers go with the two young kids that have been doing well lately – Myles Beerman and David Bates. They have shown up well for the Ibrox club but a game like this is something else entirely and how they could cope with it if they were thrown in would certainly be a talking point.

The last game at Celtic Park which ended in a draw showed a much tighter gap between the teams that we all might have expected. I still think that Celtic should have won the game and I would expect that they will prevail in this one.

The point is, however, that you can’t just walk in expecting to win it, you have to go out and do it.