Celtic striker Gary Hooper is 23/20 with Victor Chandler to be on target again as he looks to make it three in a row against Rangers at Parkhead in tonight’s Scottish Cup fifth-round replay
The former Scunthorpe player scored in the 3-1 defeat by the Light Blues at Celtic Park last October and then notched a double last week in the 3-0 home win over the Ibrox men.
Hooper, 23, is keen to keep on the goal trail and believes progression through to the next round where they would face Inverness away will help Celtic get over Sunday’s 2-0 defeat by Motherwell at Fir Park which dented their Clydesdale Bank Premier League hopes.
"You’ve got to aim to score in every game," he said. "But the main thing is getting the result and picking up the performance from the other day at Motherwell.
"It was a bad day at the office, a bad performance and nothing went for us but there are no excuses. It’s gone now and we have an important game. You can’t win every game.
"But we have to make it up to the fans and we have to start again with an unbeaten run."
Celtic are Evens to win in 90 minutes and 1/2 to progress to the next round, with Rangers 6/4 to get through.
Fraser Forster and Joe Ledley are suspended for the home side, so Lukasz Zaluska will take over from Forster in goal. Beram Kayal returns from suspension and Mark Wilson is in contention despite an ankle knock.
Rangers midfielder Vladimir Weiss has been all but ruled out with the ankle injury he suffered against St Johnstone on Sunday, although an X-ray showed no fracture.
Steven Naismith (hamstring) and Jamie Ness (groin) remain out along with long-term absentees Kirk Broadfoot (foot) and Lee McCulloch (knee).