What a performance by Celtic with Griffiths, Ajer, McGregor and a rampant Ryan Christie punishing the Estonians at Paradise and setting up a formality of progress in the Baltic next Tuesday.
The bonus from such a comprehensive win is the ability to both rest and blood players, those who wouldn’t have thought themselves in the reckoning so early may well see a call up and those back in Hoops after a break of a few weeks will save a long flight to Estonia.
Craig Gordon, Ralston, Miller, Sinclair, Arzani, Hayes, Shved, Kouassi and Bayo played no part tonight, whilst a few of them are returning from knocks, if they are fit to play then a competitive game beckons.
Also new Bhoy Hatem may well see his wish of playing for Celtic sooner rather than later become a reality.
Unveiled at half time, he was eager to begin his Celtic career yet humble in the knowledge he must wait his turn.
With Jullien, Connell and Hatem all cleared to play, let us hope we see them all take the field in Estonia and with players like Morgan and Ntcham given starting roles.
A team of Gordon, Miller, Jullien, Hatem, Ralston, Sinclair, Kouassi, Shved, Hayes, Morgan and Bayo with Connell, Arzani and Ntcham on the bench would still qualify for Europe in Scotland, likely beat the Zombies a few times too.
Next Tuesday is an amazing opportunity to see what depth we have at Paradise.