Boruc back for visit of Saints

Artur Boruc returns to the Celtic squad for Saturday's Scottish Premier League clash against St Johnstone at Parkhead.

Last Updated: 19/03/10 at 13:53

Boruc: Had been on compassionate leave

Boruc: Had been on compassionate leave

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The goalkeeper was given compassionate leave to miss last week's Active Nation Scottish Cup win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.

Captain Scott Brown serves the second game of a three-match SPL ban while Jos Hooiveld and Glenn Loovens (both hamstring), Paddy McCourt (knee) and Shaun Maloney (tendinitis) have all trained this week and will be monitored.

Celtic (from): Boruc, O'Dea, Loovens, Hooiveld, Maloney, McCourt, Braafheid, Hinkel, Wilson, Thompson, McGeady, N'Guemo, Crosas, Samaras, Keane, Rasmussen, Zaluska, Fortune, Ki, Caddis.

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Inverness v Partick  

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