Celtic light on strikers for Kilmarnock match

Celtic light on strikers for Kilmarnock match

Strikers Georgios Samaras and Anthony Stokes are suspended for Celtic’s Clydesdale Bank Premier League game against Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Sunday.

Hoops stopper Glenn Loovens (strain) is still out while defender Charlie Mulgrew (hamstring) and right-back Mark Wilson (knee) are both doubts.

Midfielders Beram Kayal (wrist) and Joe Ledley (hamstring) are out for the rest of the season but defender Andreas Hinkel has been training for the last three weeks and might come into the squad following his recovery from an anterior cruciate ligament injury sustained last August.

Team (from): Forster, Izaguirre, Majstorovic, Wilson, Mulgrew, Brown, Ki, Commons, Maloney, Murphy, Hooper, McCourt, Zaluska, Rogne, Forrest, McGinn, Hinkel, Juarez.

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