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19/04/2019 - 12:44 BST

We Don’t Fear Easter Road Trip – Neil Lennon

 




Celtic boss Neil Lennon has insisted the Bhoys remain unfazed by the prospect of taking on Hibernian at Easter Road on Sunday after their Scottish Cup triumph over Aberdeen last weekend.

The Scottish champions took a hugely significant step towards securing a treble treble at the end of the season after booking their place in the Scottish Cup final last Sunday.




Celtic cruised to a win over Aberdeen, but will now shift their focus back to the remaining five games in the Scottish Premiership, starting with a trip to Easter Road this weekend.

Hibs are buoyed by their impressive 2-1 defeat of Hearts in the derby during their last outing and will be eyeing making the best use of home advantage in a bid to produce another upset.
 


However, Lennon has insisted Celtic remain unfazed by the prospect of playing Hibs at Easter Road as they are confident of playing at any venue after the triumph over Aberdeen in their last game.

The Celtic boss also revealed the players have enough motivation to fuel them on and stressed they must try and wrap up the league title as quickly as they can, starting with a win at Hibs.  

 


“Yes, they are playing well, obviously buoyed by the win against Hearts, but we know what our motivation is, we know what targets we have in mind”, Lennon told Celtic TV.

“And buoyed by the performance at the weekend [against Aberdeen], we’ll not fear going to any ground at the minute.

“We had an opportunity to win the league at Easter Road last year.

"We have firmly put that in the minds of the players that we can’t be complacent at any stage and it’s important that we try and get over the line as quickly as possible.”


Celtic will be without the services of Ryan Christie, who has been ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering multiple fractures to his face during the win over Aberdeen, for the visit to Hibs.