Celtic boss Ange Posticoglu is working hard to win over supporters at Parkhead after a difficult start to the 2021/22 campaign.
in them The first three competitive games Of the season, the Hopes were knocked out of the Champions League and lost their first Scottish Premiership match to Hearts. This meant that the Australian coach started on the back foot and had to work hard to regain momentum.
Recent results indicate that they are now up. Four consecutive wins in all competitions Celtic have beaten Jablonik twice in their last four matches with seven goals, Harts and Dundee. They scored. 16 rounds Overall during this time, the attacking footballer was brought back to Celtic Park.
However, a tough test against Eredivisie AZ Alkmaar awaits them tonight as they bid to reach the group stage of the Europa League.
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Will Postecoglou change that? 3-2 win On hearts? Here is our predicted XI for the match
We are predicting that he will make two changes to his starting XI, with Lail Abada and Ismaila Soro in the team of Jamil Forrest and Tom Rojak.
Starting with Soro, it was a difficult call to make but it may be needed. Rojak was later shut down. 75 Minutes against hearts and beyond. 74. Minutes against Jablonik in the second leg. This shows that the midfielder is tired in sports, which indicates that Celtic can benefit from bringing some fresh legs to the midfield that will be able to watch 90 minutes without breaking.
James McCarthy began his Celtic career with A in the League Cup against Hartz. 15 minutes Cameo, while Soro has made a fuss. 386 Competitive minutes in six games this season. So, they can be fresher than that. k 16 thousand per week The Australian international is more fit than the former Everton man.
The second and final change we are predicting is Forest for Forest. We’ve published an article urging Posticoglu to release the teenage attacker against Alkamar, given the amount of time Forest has played in recent weeks.
Ibadah has. Two goals and two assists In five appearances for Hopes this season, proving that he can deliver at that level. Forrest, 30, has already played. 446 minutes. And can benefit from playing on the edge. Start the youngster and let him run on a tiring defense for the last 20 minutes before bringing Scotland to the international stage.
We’re predicting the rest of the team to stay the same, because it doesn’t make much sense to make wholesale changes to the winning team.