Brendan Rodgers has made NO changes to the Celtic side that faced Bayern Munich for today’s clash with St Johnstone.
It is the second time in his reign as hoops manager that the Irishman has named the same side in successive matches.
After 62 matches unbeaten stretching back to May 2016 Rodgers’ side have the chance to claim the record outright by avoiding defeat today.
Ronny Deila was in charge for the first match of that run, a 7-0 win over Motherwell that included goals from Ryan Christie, Kieran Tierney and Jack Aitchison.
Rodgers first domestic game in charge was a 2-1 win away to Hearts which featured an honest mistake for a penalty followed by a winning goal by substitute Scott Sinclair.
The hoops have swept up three domestic trophies on the run and are currently top of the SPFL and in the final of the Betfred Cup.
CELTIC: GORDON, LUSTIG. BOYATA, BITTON; TIERNEY; BROWN, ARMSTRONG; FORREST, MCGREGOR. SINCLAIR; DEMBELE
SUBS: De Vries, Gamboa, Hayes, Rogic, Ntcham, Edouard, Ajer