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Celtic boss Neil Lennon is looking for his team to up the pace when they play St Mirren on Sunday, live on Sky Sports 1.

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Neil Lennon: Celtic boss reckons his team have to play with some zest

Neil Lennon: Celtic boss reckons his team have to play with some zest

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The Hoops are looking to extend their unbeaten league run to 23 matches when they travel to St Mirren Park.

Although Lennon thought Celtic appeared jaded in Wednesday's 1-0 victory over Partick, he expects the extra day of rest to benefit the visitors as St Mirren did not play until Thursday.

"There was definitely a tiredness creeping into the team in the second half against Partick," said Lennon.

"I just want us to play with a little more zest.

"We have had a heavy schedule of games recently but we have had an extra day (over St Mirren) to recover from the Thistle game.

"So hopefully we will see a wee bit more energy in the team. That is what I am looking for."

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