Motherwell face Celtic for the first meeting between the two sides since last season’s Scottish Cup final.
And after the disappointments of Saturday’s defeat at the hands of Livingston, the Steelmen will be keen to bounce back against a side who are in a strong vein of form.
Here are some key points you need to know about Wednesday’s nights visitors to Fir Park.
The Glaswegian outfit lifted their seventh trophy under the stewardship of Brendan Rodgers on Sunday.
It marks an incredible run of success for the club who will face the Steelmen for the first time the Scottish Cup final.
Fir Park proved a tricky place for the Hoops to travel to last term, with Stephen Robinson’s men remaining undefeated at home in the league against Rodgers’ side.
Table topping incentive
Celtic arrive at Fir Park in hot form, but find themselves second in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Rangers, who have played one game more than the Hoops, are a point in front of last season’s champions.
With the Gers playing Aberdeen, Celtic will have motivation to try and propel themselves back to the summit of the division.
Built from the back
Much of Celtic’s impressive form this season has been built from their solid defence, which are by far and away the best in the top flight.
In 14 games, the Parkhead side have shipped just six goals, contributing to a goal difference of +24.
The last time Rodger’s Hoops conceded a goal domestically was back in the middle of October, when they defeated Hibs 4-2. Since then, they’ve kept six consecutive clean sheets.