Brendan Rodgers could make a big change to his system for Sunday’s visit to Ibrox to take on resurgent Sevco.
Graeme Murty’s squad seem to be more detached from reality than usual and are unlikely to be giving the champions much thought before Sunday’s match.
Almost without fail Rodgers has picked a 4-2-3-1 formation with the aim being to provide plenty of support to the sole striker.
With Scott Sinclair out of form and injury problems to Stuart Armstrong and Tom Rogic the hoops haven’t been able to recapture the heights of last season.
If ever a match could be described as a game of two half’s it was Saturday’s 3-0 win over Morton.
A laboured first half display from the home side saw the teams go in goal-less at the break. With Odsonne Edouard replacing Sinclair Celtic were a different proposition in the second half.
The Morton defence had more than Moussa Dembele to contend with while Kieran Tierney had the left flank to himself.
It remains to be seen whether Rodgers feels that a front two is the best way to use his squad. There are also big decisions to make at the back where Mikael Lustig is suspended.
Whatever option Rodgers starts with there are plenty of attacking threats to select from with the Celtic bench likely to include Patrick Roberts. Charly Musonda and Sinclair.