Boruc to miss semi-final clash

Artur Boruc will miss Celtic's Scottish Cup semi-final against Ross County at Hampden on Saturday (12:15pm) because of a family bereavement.

Last Updated: 09/04/10 at 16:24

Boruc: Misses semi-final

Boruc: Misses semi-final

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The Hoops' keeper missed last week's Scottish Premier League game at Hibernian following the death of his father and will not return from Poland until Sunday

Diomansy Kamara (hamstring) and Niall McGinn (thigh) are back in contention while Robbie Keane will play through an on-going knee problem.

Jos Hooiveld, Glenn Loovens, Thomas Rogne and Shaun Maloney remain on the sidelines.

Ross County boss Derek Adams is hoping to have a fully fit squad, with Paul Lawson, Steven Watt and Gary Wood all set to be included. Former Celtic midfielder Lawson and defender Watt have been struggling with hamstring problems, while Wood has been suffering with a sickness bug.

Celtic (from): Zaluska, Naylor, O'Dea, Hinkel, McGinn, Kamara, Thompson, Scott Brown, McGeady, N'Guemo, Samaras, Fortune, Keane, Rasmussen, Wilson, McGowan, Braafheid, Crosas, Cervi, Ki.

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