O'Dea one of three changes to Celtic's defence

Celtic’s interim boss Neil Lennon changed three of his back four for the Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with Dundee United at Tannadice.

Celtic’s interim boss Neil Lennon changed three of his back four for the Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with Dundee United at Tannadice.

Thomas Rogne and Glenn Loovens both returned for the first time since February after recovering from hamstring injuries to replace Josh Thompson and Darren O’Dea while right-back Andreas Hinkel came in for Mark Wilson.

Wide midfielder Diomansy Kamara also returned from injury to take over from Niall McGinn.

United stopper Andy Webster was left on the bench with Garry Kenneth playing in his place, while defender Mihael Kovacevic came in for Keith Watson.

Dundee Utd: Pernis, Kovacevic, Kenneth, Dods, Dillon, Swanson, Buaben, Gomis, Conway, Daly, Goodwillie.

Subs: Banks, Webster, Myrie-Williams, Scott Robertson, Cadamarteri, Sandaza, David Robertson.

Celtic: Boruc, Hinkel, Loovens, Rogne, Naylor, Kamara, Brown, N’Guemo, McGeady, Fortune, Keane.

Subs: Zaluska, Samaras, Wilson, Crosas, O’Dea, Caddis, McGowan.

Referee: I Brines (Scotland)

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