Hibs: You're the boss

PAUL TAYLOR thinks Hibs are back on form and the 23-year-old admin assistant from the Inch considers that, given Celtic's recent form, there won't be a better time to get three points at Parkhead.

What would your team and formation be? You really can't change a team that scores five goals – and should have scored more.

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What are Celtic's strengths and weaknesses? Their new signings will be wanting to make their mark. They are inconsistent, though, and have dropped points at Parkhead to teams like Falkirk, which under Gordon Strachan they just wouldn't have done, and you've got to wonder if Tony Mowbray is the man for the job.

How will you counter their strengths and exploit their weaknesses? We showed on Saturday we've got a bit of a maturity about us now. It might be a case of weathering the storm at Parkhead as they'll be quick at us. However, if it is still 0-0 after half an hour I think the fans will be on Mowbray's back and that can play to our advantage.

What do Hibs have to do to win the game? The one disappointment under Yogi so far is that we haven't really done as well against the Old Firm as I would have hoped for with this squad. I think we really need to change our mentality through there and live with the pressure.