Neil Lennon has much to mull over ahead of tomorrow's crucial encounter with Hearts (Photo by Alan Harvey / SNS Group)

Is this the Celtic team to complete the quadruple treble in the Scottish Cup final against Hearts?

Neil Lennon has developed a selection headache for the Scottish Cup final against Hearts – a match that could seal an unprecedented 12th consecutive domestic trophy for Celtic.

The manager rang the changes against Lille in the final Europa League group stage match earlier this month, and the likes of David Turnbull, Conor Hazard and Ismaila Soro gave the boss food for thought, as did Kristoffer Ajer’s move to the right-side of defence.

Indeed, the incoming trio and the defender retained their places and helped the Hoops to a 2-0 win over Kilmarnock last weekend – but what will the manager do for Sunday’s Hampden showpiece? Will he return to the tried and trusted figures like Scott Brown and Ryan Christie with a quadruple treble on the line? Or stick with the new and improved line-up?

The Scotsman’s Celtic writer Andrew Smith ran the rule over the squad, and named the Celtic XI he expects Neil Lennon to field for the all-important and historic match.

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