Defence, Midfield and Attack
Juranovic has played constant football for Celtic, when he has not been injured, and that run would be expected to continue against Ross County.
Carter-Vickers has been a regular feature of this Celtic side ever since he arrived from Tottenham Hotspur on a season-long loan and it is hard to think of the defence without him in it at the moment.
Another summer signing who is proving to be a standout in this team. Starfelt had experienced a rocky start at Celtic but has been superb in recent times and one could argue that he is the best defender at the club.
Taylor has returned to action recently and come straight back into the starting XI. With Anthony Ralston now back in the mix though, he might have to put in a good performance here. Otherwise, Postecoglou has the option of going for Ralston and Juranovic at full-back in the final.
Nir Bitton started at the weekend but it might be time to give McCarthy a run out in the park.
One would love for McGregor to get a bit of rest but at this point of time, with their lack of options in certain areas, it is hard to drop the captain.
Rogic has been the shining light for Celtic in recent weeks and one can only hope that he is able to conjure up another moment of magic.
Turnbull has played constant football for the Hoops this season and is expected to be in the starting XI against Ross County.
With Kyogo, Jota, James Forrest, Giorgos Giakoumakis, Albian Ajeti and Karamoko Dembele all out injured, Abada might have to carry the goalscoring burden for Celtic at the moment. His recent form is a cause for worry though.
Johnston is another player who will need to step up with so many forwards on the sidelines.