Motherwell travel to Celtic Park for the first time this season on the back of a well-earned win against St Johnstone.
Brendan Rodgers’ side find themselves one point behind league leaders Rangers with a game in hand as they get set for the visit of the Steelmen.
Here, we take a look at the side from Glasgow.
Table topping incentive
After slipping to a 2-0 defeat against Hibernian at the weekend, Celtic will be hungry to bounce back as they host Motherwell.
With competition at the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership, the Hoops find themselves more tested than in recent campaigns, and will be hoping for a big performance on Wednesday night.
Although the Glaswegians will be hoping for a reaction from their defeat at the weekend, they will need to do so without some key players.
Ryan Christie’s fine form was brought to an abrupt end when he sustained what looked to be a bad leg injury, however the knock does not look as bad as first feared.
Leigh Griffiths will of course be absent, after announcing he would take a break from football.
Strong home form
Celtic may have slipped up on the road at times this season, but their home form in recent weeks has been as strong as ever.
In their previous three home domestic matches, the club have won all three games against tough opposition like Kilmarnock, Hearts and Hibs.
Perhaps more impressively, they’ve scored 14 goals and conceded just three.