Duo absent for Celtic's Hibs clash

Duo absent for Celtic's Hibs clash

James Forrest and Charlie Mulgrew have been ruled out of Celtic’s Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash at Hibernian.

Winger Forrest has picked up a different, less serious, hamstring injury after coming back from a two-month lay-off while Mulgrew has strained a muscle near his ribs.

Adam Matthews (ankle), Kris Commons (thigh), Anthony Stokes (ankle) and Joe Ledley (groin) remain out.

Provisional squad: Forster, Lustig, Izaguirre, Rogne, Wilson, Ambrose, Wanyama, Brown, McCourt, Lassad, Miku, Kayal, Samaras, Hooper, Watt, Herron, McGeouch, Zaluska.

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