HEARTS boss Craig Levein reckons his side will have to score at least TWO goals if they hope to overcome Celtic on Sunday.
The Hoops will extend their unbeaten domestic sequence to 70 games if they avoid a setback at Tynecastle.
They have scored in every game against Scottish opposition since Brendan Rodgers’ arrival in May last year.
Levein said: “I think we’ll need to score twice, at least.
“They are the best team in the league, it’s a remarkable statistic.
“They’ve not dropped off for almost two seasons, but there have been times when they’ve been close to losing matches.
“We have to be at our max and Celtic not at their best.
‘There has been evidence of Celtic drawing matches lately and there being opportunities, but if they turn up and are at their best it will be tough.
“When they want to turn it on, they can. They could have lost at Easter Road, but they could also have been four or 5-0 up, as well.
“We have to rely on them missing chances and making mistakes defensively, but that happens in football.
“One day a team will stop this run and, hopefully, we can do it.”