Joe eyes Fir Park points haul
Joe Ledley is expecting a tough game at Motherwell this weekend but is adamant that champions Celtic will be looking for three points.
The Wales international, who was harshly adjudged to have handled the ball in his own area as Hearts scored from the resulting last minute penalty to win Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden Park, is now looking to make amends as Neil Lennon's men get back to SPL business. The game at Fir Park will be the Hoops' first as newly-crowned champions but Ledley insists they will be desperate to get maximum points from the trip. However, the former Cardiff City man knows that they will be given a tough test against a 'Well side that has hopes of snatching second spot away from Glasgow rivals Rangers. "They've been brilliant this year," Ledley told this week's Celtic View, "and they've always been a strong, difficult team to beat in the SPL. They'll be up for the game but we're looking to knuckle down and get the three points. "They're in a good position and can maybe still get second so that would be interesting to see."