Celtic can make history tomorrow afternoon in Perth if they eclipse the record set all the way back in 1917 of going 62 domestic games unbeaten.

They can make it 63 by avoiding defeat against St Johnstone, although I would be wary of that one.

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Tommy Wright has made life difficult for Celtic at times up there and, of course, it was St Johnstone who last beat Celtic domestically before the run started.

I think there will be a few tweaks made to the team but you don’t establish a run of games like this without cultivating a winning mentality.

I don’t even think it is something that will have been made a big deal out of at Lennoxtown.

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There has been a relentlessness about Celtic, something that has come about by the way the squad has been used and rotated and kept fresh and I think we will see that again this weekend.

I’ll be curious to see where Leigh Griffiths gets the nod to start or whether it is Moussa Dembele. I think the Frenchman looked short of the pace on Tuesday night and I just wonder of he needs to get his full match sharpness back.