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Celtic may be able to welcome back defender Thomas Rogne for the Premier League meeting with Inverness Caley on Sunday.

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Thomas Rogne: Has recovered from a leg injury

Thomas Rogne: Has recovered from a leg injury

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The Norwegian has recovered from a leg injury and is back in training ahead of the clash between the runaway leaders and third placed Thistle.

However, forward Lassad Nouioui (calf) and defender Adam Matthews (hamstring) will not have recovered from injury in time to line up for the Bhoys.

Captain Scott Brown has recovered from surgery on an abductor problem but he is still not close to returning to training.

Caledonian Thistle make the trip to Glasgow with no injury or suspension concerns.

Terry Butcher's men are still in the hunt for a second place finish, which would be the club's best achievement.

But they are sure to face a fired up Celtic team, who require just one more point to retain the title

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St J'stone v Kilmarnock
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15:00
Motherwell v Kilmarnock  
Ross Co v Partick  
Friday, 13 March 2015
19:45
Aberdeen v Motherwell  

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