Lennon waits on quartet
Thomas Rogne, Scott Brown, Georgios Samaras and Kris Commons are all doubtful for Celtic's Champions League clash with Helsingborg.
The key quartet have all been sidelined of late because of respective ankle, hip, thigh and ankle problems. And, while boss Neil Lennon hoped they would be fit for the second leg of their Champions League play-off, it seems the game at Parkhead on Wednesday has come too soon. However, Lennon has been boosted by no new injury worries from the weekend's win at Inverness, although Joe Ledley and Beram Kayal will definitely miss out along with forwards Anthony Stokes and Daryl Murphy. Ahead of the game, which Celtic go into with a 2-0 lead from the away leg in Sweden, Lennon said: "We still have a few nagging doubts regarding the boys we left out at the weekend." He added: "Thomas has an ankle problem, Kris has an ongoing ankle problem and Scott [is a doubt] with a sore groin. "Some might not be fit to play, some might, so we will just have to gauge that [closer to kick off]. But apart from that, we came through the game at the weekend injury-free so we will have a decent-sized squad to pick from."