They made us sweat when they last visited Celtic Park, in November. One of the most controversial penalties awarded against Celtic this season (which is quite something) saw Ross County take a second half lead. Goals from David Turnbill and Sead Haksabanovic turned things around for the champions, who thereafter managed the game to a tight conclusion.
We also left it late on our earlier visit to Dingwall this season, an 84th minute Moritz Jenz goal put Celtic ahead before Liel Abada calmed the nerves in added time.
By no measure are Ross County a good team. Since January, they avoided defeat only when thrashing Dundee United 4-0 and taking a point from Hibs. Looking at their stats, they seem to trade blows with their bottom of the table peers, but a lack of finishing, and indiscipline, counts against them.
They are in the relegation play-off place, two points above United and one below Kilmarnock. Players at these three clubs are literally playing for their jobs. County do not have the skill to touch Celtic, so we can expect physicality. So, no complaints when it comes, be ready for it.