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Partick Thistle have no fresh injury worries for Friday’s Scottish Premiership meeting with Celtic.
Goalkeeper Ryan Scully as well as Mustapha Dumbuya, Stuart Bannigan and Gary Fraser remain out for Alan Archibald’s side.
Celtic’s James Forrest is a major doubt after going off with a tight hamstring against Manchester City on Tuesday.
Fellow winger Scott Sinclair and left-back Kieran Tierney are sidelined for the league leaders.
Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald: “There’s no doubt they’ve upped it a level. Their [Celtic’s] performances in Europe as well have been good.
“But we’ve got to believe in ourselves. They’re not unbeatable. Motherwell gave us heart last week [in their narrow defeat by Celtic].
“It’s not a template as such but I think it shows if you believe in your ability and you have a go, sometimes you get the rewards.
“You’ll need a bit of luck, your goalkeeper to be on top form and everything to click into place. We know it’s a tough order but we know we can do it.”
Celtic defender Erik Sviatchenko: “When you are difficult to score goals against, when you have this belief in some way and it’s a strong thing, the second thing is that you are difficult to beat.
“Then you go out there unconsciously, no matter what, you will be able to create chances and every player up front has shown the capability to score goals. That’s the thing we have at the moment.
“It’s not the feeling of being invincible, but believing so much in the power and concept of how we’re playing, so it feels natural that we are going to win the games, but that’s with respect for the opponent.”
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