Celtic v St Johnstone preview
Celtic will be missing Joe Ledley, James Forrest and Beram Kayal as they prepare to entertain St Johnstone in Scottish Premiership action on Saturday.
The trio missed the midweek trip to Milan and are all at least a week away from a return to the first-team fold.
Reflecting on the 2-0 defeat in the San Siro, manager Neil Lennon said: "The players are fine, a bit stiff which is natural after an intense game. No fresh injury worries.
"They know they played well. Will be disappointed but the best thing they can do is get back out and play again.
"The likes of Boerrigter and Pukki are knocking on the door for a start. The squad is looking strong.
"St Johnstone a very good SPFL team. They started the season pretty well and there's continuity with Tommy Wright taking over from Steve Lomas.
"They are a good team, very good team ethic, who work hard for each other and have really good centre forwards who can upset us."
Frazer Wright has declared himself fit for St Johnstone's trip to Glasgow this weekend.
The centre-half limped off during last week's 2-1 defeat by Hibernian with a knee injury but has passed the doctor ahead of Saturday's trip to Glasgow.
Long-term leg-break victim David Robertson is manager Tommy Wright's only outstanding concern, but the midfielder could be back playing before the end of October.
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