Brendan Rodgers has some big decisions to make as he prepares for Sunday’s Scottish Cup tie with Sevco at Hampden.
In the three matches since clinching the title at Tynecastle the hoops have eased back a gear with the manager admitting that the Hampden clash has been in his mind.
Two draws either side of a win over Kilmarnock have taken some of the momentum out of the side but it’ll be mid afternoon at Hampden before a decision can be made on whether the team is back on song.
Last season’s Scottish Cup semi-final will go down as one of the biggest turning points in the history of the club.
No one leaving Hampden could have guessed how the next 12 months would work out with the club returning to the national stadium in buoyant mood.
Most of the players involved will be back but with Brendan Rodgers in the dug out the team has been transformed by the arrival of two players- Moussa Dembele and Scott Sinclair.
Sunday’s game is certain to be hyped to extremes, Rodgers has learned plenty about the fixture over the course of the season and will have his players briefed and prepared for every eventuality in order to extend the season into a return trip to Hampden on May 27.