Every game moving forward is very important for Celtic. They are 3 points ahead of the Rangers in the Premiership with 8 league games left to be played and they are in the Scottish Cup semi-finals, where they will face the Rangers at Hampden Park. Thus, every match is almost a must win for Ange Postecoglou’s side from now till the end of the season.
Celtic’s next match is at home against Ross County. And Malky Mackay’s side are going through a solid season, and are still very much in contention to finish in the top four.
Thus, Celtic cannot afford to take them lightly at all. And with this being the last game before the international break, the result could have a huge impact on the momentum. The Hoops’ next match after this is a Glasgow Derby away at Ibrox.
Thus, Celtic need all three points against Ross County and there is some good news for them ahead of the game, as the club have been handed a triple boost. Postecoglou has confirmed that David Turnbull, Jota and Liel Abada are all available, but unfortunately, James Forrest won’t be. Sean Martin tweeted out:
Celtic receive triple boost ahead of game vs Ross County
It goes without saying that the return of the trio is brilliant for Celtic. Turnbull had picked up an injury back in December, in the Scottish League Cup final against Hibernian, and had not featured since then.
Thus, his return is without doubt the biggest news of the three. But then, Jota and Abada being available could be equally important, especially with Forrest out.
Now, fans will be hoping to see Kyogo back in action as soon as possible as well, who like Turnbull, has not featured since December. He has recently returned to training though, which is a positive development.
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