Celtic boss Neil Lennon expects defender Adam Matthews to overcome a groin problem in time for the Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with St Mirren at Parkhead on Saturday.
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The Wales international picked up the niggle during Wednesday night's 1-0 Scottish Cup fourth-round replay win over Arbroath at Gayfield Park in which he scored the winner, but the Hoops boss is confident he "should be okay".
Midfielder Kris Commons remains out with a thigh injury, while winger James Forrest will resume training on Monday as he continues his recovery from a hamstring complaint.
St Mirren will be without the suspended Lee Mair.
Mair has picked up six yellow cards so far this season and as a result will serve a one-match ban.
Danny Lennon has been delighted to see Paul McGowan make a return to training, however this weekend's fixture comes too soon for the former Celtic striker and he is joined on the sidelines by long-term absentee Darren McGregor.
Celtic (from): Forster, Matthews, Lustig, Izaguirre, Rogne, Wilson, Ambrose, Wanyama, Brown, Mulgrew, McGeouch, McCourt, Ledley, Lassad, Miku, Kayal, Samaras, Hooper, Watt, Chalmers, Zaluska.
St Mirren (from): Samson, Van Zanten, McAusland, Dummett, Teale, Robertson, McLean, McGinn, Goodwin, Thompson, Parkin, Guy, Smith, Imrie, Carey, Reilly, Barron.