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Welsh midfielder Joe Ledley is confident Celtic can return to their winning ways against Hibernian this weekend.

"We always feel we will always score goals at home" - Joe Ledley
The SPL leaders are yet to defeat the Edinburgh side in their two previous league meetings this season following an early September 2-2 home draw and then a narrow pre-New Year 1-0 away defeat.

However, Ledley didn't feature in either of those games and was hoping for a much better outcome this time around.

"They have got dangerous players going forward so we will need to try and keep at things on the back and try and keep a clean sheet," he told Celtic View, reports Celtic's official website. "We always feel we will always score goals at home and that's what we will need to do in the next game but keep the back door shut."

Celtic will actually clinch the title this weekend if they can win against Hibs and Motherwell lose to St Mirren.

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Writer:stev
Date:Wednesday April 3 2013
Time: 5:07PM

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You really have to give the SFA credit! After having to admit Lennon was right about the incompetence of their referee on the weekend, something they verified when they tossed a two match ban in the direction of the offending player (no punishment for the incompetent ref though). They left themselves no out to hit Neil for speaking the truth, so now they turn the clocks back two years and create brand new offences pertinent only to Celtic men. Boy oh boy! Are they clever or what?
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03/04/2013 19:11:00
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