Brendan Rodgers has insisted that Celtic will go full pelt against Aberdeen as the Parkhead side look to sign off their season in style.

Rodgers’s side drew 0-0 with Kilmarnock on Wednesday night – their seventh of the campaign – but with just this game remaining before the William Hill Cup Final against Motherwell, Celtic will look to lay down a marker against the Dons.

Moussa Dembele was rested for the game against Killie but is expected to make an appearance against the Pittodrie side.

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“We’d like to go into the cup final with a win,” he said. “The most important thing was that we won the league. But we want to finish well. If we go through the weekend and don’t lose, that will be two years without losing a game at home which is remarkable really in terms of how the players are, the number of games we play and the good opponents that we play.

“So there’s that to think about. But, in the bigger picture, we want to perform well and normally when we do that we win the game.

“But we know Aberdeen will come with a cause and a motivation. So we’ll expect another tough game. It will be a different atmosphere from Wednesday. It’s our job to get the supporters off their seats.

“That’s the idea and unfortunately we just couldn’t do that in midweek.

“We had no choice against Kilmarnock but to change things. By and large, the players we had were the ones who were fit and available.”

Rodgers has a number of injury issues ahead to contemplate with Craig Gordon pushing to make the final while Leigh Griffiths will also look to get some game time under his belt.

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“All the players know that I trust them,” said Rodgers. “All I ever say to them is to make sure they are physically right and we’ll have a plan for each game. So if they are asked to play, then they are ready.

“Everyone wants to play in the big games. Everybody wants to play in finals.

“Not everyone can. But the squad is so important for us.It carried us through so many games.

“By the end of this season there will have been 61 competitive games or something like that on top of internationals.

“I know they are always ready. They are great professionals. They’ll be ready for the next couple of games.”