Celtic press on at top
Celtic will attempt to press on at the top of the table when hosting Ross County at Parkhead on Saturday afternoon.
|"It's a game I want to win and try to widen the gap at the top" - Neil Lennon|
Elsewhere, forward duo Kris Commons (thigh) and Anthony Stokes (ankle) both remain on the sidelines.
"I thought we played well against St Mirren - probably as well as we have played for a while at home," manager Neil Lennon told BBC Scotland. "We are in a good vein of form, the boys are training well.
"Ross County are having a terrific season. They have got goals in them, they have no fear of playing anybody," he continued. "But it's a game I want to win and try to widen the gap at the top. We are four wins on the bounce and I want to keep that going."
The visitors are without the services of midfielder Martin Scott due to an ankle injury while there are also a few other doubts through illness.
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