Well, the big day is upon us. The day when Celtic get the chance to create another piece of history should they get past Inverness Caley Thistle in today’s Scottish Cup Final.
A world-record eight domestic trebles is on the cards for the Celts and for Callum McGregor, he will be the first-ever player to have won five domestic trebles in the history of football.
For Ange Postecoglou, he will have the opportunity to win his first treble as a football manager as the speculation still rages around his Celtic future.
The Celtic team to face Inverness Caley Thistle
In goal, it’s obvious. Joe Hart will start and the big Englishman will have the chance to be only the second player to win every domestic competition on both sides of the border.
The defence remains unchanged with Taylor and Johnston as the full-backs and Carl Starfelt and Tomoki Iwata in central defence.
The midfield is the usual three of Callum McGregor, Reo Hatate and Matt O’Riley.
The only change up front is that Daizen Maeda will replace Liel Abada on the left wing. Jota will take up the right and Kyogo, as normal, leading the line.
The substitute bench will be: