The Scottish champions have performed strongly this season under their new manager and already sit 11 points clear of second-placed Rangers.
Celtic are currently on a run of 20 games unbeaten domestically and Rodgers sees it as the perfect opportunity to rotate his squad during a busy nine-game December.
The Northern Irishman has a history of developing young talent and may draft in some of the Under-20 squad for Tuesday’s clash with Partick Thistle.
Rodgers said: “My job fundamentally coming here was to win trophies, to play attacking football the Celtic way and to bring young players through.
“So we will look to see if there are any young players we can maybe look at over the next few games.”
Exeter manager Paul Tisdale felt a draw was the fair result as his side's League Two clash with Carlisle ended 1-1.
Accrington boss John Coleman was thrilled to see his side leapfrog Luton and reach the League Two summit with a dramatic 2-1 victory at Kenilworth Road.
Jos Luhukay cut a downbeat figure after Sheffield Wednesday conceded deep into injury-time in a 1-1 draw with Bolton.
Southend manager Chris Powell felt the poor Roots Hall pitch played a part in the Shrimpers' drab 0-0 draw against Doncaster Rovers.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson admitted he wanted to join the visiting fans who left before the end of their 2-0 defeat at Hamilton.
Paul Lewis struck in the third minute of stoppage time to rescue a 1-1 draw for Cambridge at Wycombe as the hosts' promotion hopes suffered another blow.
Jon Meades scored his first goal since October 2016 to give struggling AFC Wimbledon a crucial 2-1 victory over out-of-form Oxford.
Rochdale manager Keith Hill felt an air of arrogance at Rotherham came back to haunt them as his side ran out surprise 1-0 winners.
Michael Flynn highlighted several of his Newport players for special praise as they ended a seven-game winless run in Sky Bet League Two by beating Yeovil 2-0.
Gillingham manager Steve Lovell hailed the influence of captain Lee Martin after his brace helped the Gills fight back to beat Portsmouth 3-1 at Fratton Park.