Jamie Durent – Motherwell 2, Celtic 1
I like to believe in football fairytales and I hope Motherwell can achieve something memorable by winning the trophy.
This is nothing against Celtic – what they have achieved again this season has been sensational – but having seen Motherwell dominate their semi-final against Aberdeen, I’m backing them to finish the job today.
Danny Law – Motherwell 0, Celtic 3
No team finds life easy against Motherwell.
They have the tools to trouble Celtic with their combative and industrious approach but Brendan Rodgers’ side should be far too strong for the Steelmen.
I fancy the Hoops to win by three, with Tom Rogic among the scorers.
Paul Third – Motherwell 0, Celtic 5
When was the last time Celtic lost two in a row? History beckons in the final game of the season for the second year running for the Hoops.
Aberdeen pushed them all the way last year but fell agonisingly short. Well are combative and competitive but Celtic have more quality in every department and the motivation to go with it. I’m expecting a one-sided encounter.
Andy Skinner – Motherwell 1, Celtic 3
Seeing how much it would mean for the people of Motherwell to witness silverware paraded in their town for the first time since their memorable Scottish Cup triumph of 1991 would tug at the heart strings but I just feel league champions Celtic have had too long to prepare themselves for one last push at creating history.
With so much at stake, I reckon manager Brendan Rodgers’ Hoops will put in a performance that cannot be stopped.
Dave Edwards – Motherwell 1, Celtic 3
My heart says Motherwell but my head says Celtic to complete a back-to-back trebles.
I remember watching Motherwell’s amazing 4-3 triumph against a really good Dundee United side n 1991 and I would love history to repeat itself and for the underdogs to have their day, but Celtic possess way too much firepower for the Steelmen.
Neil Drysdale – Motherwell 1, Celtic 4
Celtic are huge favourites but the Parkhead men do not like it when opponents get in their faces.
Motherwell will target the likes of captain Scott Brown but they must remain disciplined having struggled in the League Cup final against the Hoops in going down 2-0 after having a man sent off.
I see it being a tough and very close first 45 minutes at Hampden Park and then class will show.