- Celtic have not lost any of their last 26 matches in Scottish football
- Avoiding defeat against Hearts will see them break the all-time club record
- If they are successful, they will beat the record of the Lisbon Lions in 1966/67
- Manager Brendan Rodgers has hailed his side’s ‘incredible achievement’
Brendan Rodgers has urged his Celtic players to grasp the opportunity to ‘stand alone’ in the club’s history books on Sunday.
Avoiding defeat to Hearts would see Rodgers’ team rack up their 27th successive unbeaten domestic game to open the season — shattering a record set by the Lisbon Lions in 1966/67.
He has no fears about talking up the feat but, behind the dressing room’s closed door, he will not purposely…