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Celtic will be looking to continue their recent dominance in Scottish football, a dominance that has gone unchallenged since the demise of their Old Firm rivals, Rangers. 2014/16 is the second full season in charge for Ronny Deila, who succeeded the managerial role from Neil Lennon.

Celtic enter the new season off the back of a dominant campaign where they lost only 4 games and won 29 of their 38 League matches. Celtic clinched their fourth title in a row on the first weekend in May, finishing 11 points clear of Aberdeen with three games to play.

The Bhoys remain favourites to clinch a 47th Scottish Premier League Championship title among the top online bookmakers, having won the league four years in succession since 2011. In fact, they head the betting markets for all three domestic trophies and punters can use this offer to get a free bet on a clean sweep for Celtic.

Celtic Summer Transfers
Players In/club:
Dedryck Boyata (Man City)
Saidy Janko (Man Utd)
Logan Bailly (Leuven)
Nadir Çiftçi (Dundee Utd)
Scott Allan (Hibs)
Tyler Blackett (Man Utd)
Ryan Christie (Inverness)
Jozo Šimunovi? (Dinamo Zagreb)
Carlton Cole (Free)

Players Out/club:
Joe Chalmers (Motherwell)
?ukasz Za?uska (Darmstadt)
Teemu Pukki (Brøndby)
John Herron (Blackpool)
Hólmbert Friðjónsson (KR)
Adam Matthews (Sunderland)
Paul McMullan (St Mirren)
Michael Duffy (Alloa)
Amido Balde (Metz)
Jackson Irvine (Ross County)
Dylan McGeouch (Hibs)
Virgil van Dijk (Southampton)

Celtic's star performers Kris Commons and Leigh Griffiths stay with the Scottish club in 2015/16, Commons having netted 16 goals in all competitions from midfield and Griffiths ending the season as Celtic's top scorer of the season with 20 goals.

Jozo Šimunovi?, Dedryck Boyata and Tyler Blackett add depth to the defence and Nadir Çiftçi will push the likes of John Guidetti for a starting berth up front. 

Celtic Top Scorers In 2014/15 (All Comps)
Leigh Griffiths - 20
Kris Commons - 16
John Guidetti -15
Stefan Johansen - 13
Virgil van Dijk - 10