Celtic assistant hopeful key quartet will be fit for Helsingborg tie
Scott Brown, James Forrest, Paddy McCourt and Gary Hooper could be fit for Tuesday's game.
Johan Mjallby remains hopeful four of his key players will be fit enough to feature in Tuesday’s Champions League play-off round tie with Helsingborgs IF.
Celtic had to do without ten as his side drew 1-1 at Ross County on Saturday, with Kris Commons rescuing a point with an equaliser at the death.
Scott Brown, James Forrest, Paddy McCourt and Gary Hooper all returned to training on Sunday, having missed the trip to Dingwall, and Mjallby expects the quartet to be available.
"We are going to train later on at the stadium and see how they are," he said. "Some of them were training yesterday and they looked good. It is a big game and the players want to be part of that.
"You have James Forrest with his pace, Scott Brown is the skipper, Paddy McCourt can score from nothing, more or less, and Gary Hooper has been banging in goals for us.
"So it would be nice to have all of them fit, but we will have to wait and see."
Celtic will again be without midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng, who didn’t fly with the rest of the squad to Sweden on Monday morning.
The South Korean, who hasn’t featured this season having been at the 2012 Olympics, is subject to a number of bids and has intimated his desire to leave Parkhead.