The Hoops are on the verge of winning the Scottish Premiership title and can do that with a victory against their rivals at Celtic Park this weekend.
They could have secured seven-in-a-row already, with Saturday’s game against Hibs at Easter Road being their first opportunity.
But they were unable to do it, losing 2-1 in a game that Hibs had the better of for the majority.
Now they’ll get another chance to do it against Rangers this weekend – and Brown has warned Graeme Murty’s men that they can expect a ‘backlash’ from Celtic following that loss in Edinburgh.
Speaking to Sky Sports News yesterday, Brown said:
"He's loving life here & he's got the 7th title to pick up as well"- @CelticFC captain Scott Brown on Brendan Rodgers & the chance to win the Premiership title against @RangersFC on Sunday. https://t.co/9yhLR8dK4c
— Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) April 24, 2018
Celtic beat Rangers 4-0 in the Scottish Cup semi-final two weeks ago so will go into this game confident – but they can expect a backlash from their rivals too considering the performance and result on that day in Hampden.