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Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon takes heart from Celtic loss to Anderlecht

09 Décembre 2017

Celtic travel to Edinburgh to face a Hibs side who have gone as close as any to ending their long unbeaten run domestically in a 2-2 draw at Celtic Park earlier this season. They're just that cut above the rest of us at the minute but it can't go on forever.

Changes will have to be made for the upcoming clash against Neil Lennon's Hibernian at Easter Road with three players who stand out as ones who should be axed from the squad.

"But it can't go on forever, some day it's going to go, and we are all chomping at the bit to win". We're a point off second place and we have Rangers and Aberdeen to come.

"I'm not really thinking about the record, I am thinking about winning the game". It's important that we take something out of the game in terms of where we want to be.

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"They are a good team and a hard side to play against on their day", Gordon told his club's official website. We could end up on the end of a hiding if we are not careful as well.

"It's one we will have to be at our best for, especially away from home, to make sure we play our game and impose our game on Hibs to make sure we come out with the win". I'm very, very mindful of that as well. We are not going to dominate the landscape but I want it to hurt them when they do lose and I've seen that on a few occasions that we have lost this season.

"I went to Hibs past year and thought the atmosphere was brilliant".

He added: "The two games we've played against them this season have been tough but we go into it with the confidence that if we play to our levels, it gives us a good chance".

Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon takes heart from Celtic loss to Anderlecht