Celtic have been lucky to land another home tie as they look to make it 24 consecutive Cup wins under Brendan Rodgers.

St Johnstone coming out of the hat means that it will be three games against the same team in ten days which is never ideal but every so often you get that in a season.

To be honest, I am not sure it makes too much difference given the regularity with which teams play one another anyway.

But the big thing for me is that it is a home tie. I don’t think there is any doubt that it gives you an edge in the game and it gives Celtic a really good chance as they look to push for this treble treble.

I don’t think the team has hit the heights that they are capable of at times this season and I definitely think there is room for improvement.

But this cluster of home games could be key to just letting them find their groove again.

It is early days and I think you have to remember just where Airdrie are compared to Celtic - and I mean no disrespect by that - so although there was a bit of fluency in the second period on Saturday, it can still get better.

Weah made an instant impression but you have to be careful not to put too much on him because he is a kid who is here to learn the game and learn his trade but the lad certainly made a solid first impression.