ROSS LAIDLAW has said that he believes Hibs can end Celtic’s 57 domestic unbeaten run when the side’s meet at Celtic Park on Saturday.
The 25-year-old ‘keeper has said that squad belief could allow a shock Hibees win on Neil Lennon’s return to Celtic Park. The Scotsman, who returned to nets for the 1-0 win over Ross County, paid homage to the Champions.
“We need to go there and believe we can get a result. It’s obviously going to be a really hard game, they’re going to create chances, they’re playing really well.
“They’re playing Champions League before it but they’ve got so many quality players who can come in.”
However, Laidlaw gave his opinion on whether Celtic could be beaten and if the Easter Road club would have it in them to do what other teams haven’t been able to.
“We’re high in confidence after the last two wins and we’ll have to go there with a game-plan and hopefully get a result.
“Somebody’s got to beat them eventually, so why can’t it be us?
“There’s no point going there believing we’re going to get beat, so we need to go there thinking we can get a win. We’ll take the game to them and see what happens.”
Celtic play Hibernian on Saturday at 3pm in the sold-out clash which will see Neil Lennon go up against his former side.