Lennon seeks SPL glory at home

Boss Neil Lennon is hoping that Celtic's next game will be in their own stadium, allowing the Hoops the opportunity to clinch the SPL title on home soil.

Last Updated: 07/04/13 at 11:31 Post Comment

Neil Lennon wants next SPL fixture to be at home

Neil Lennon wants next SPL fixture to be at home

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The Glasgow club require just one more point to retain their crown, following a comfortable 3-0 victory over Hibs at Parkhead.

Kris Commons netted twice and Mikael Lustig once but with the fixtures for the final five games of the SPL season yet to be announced, Lennon is unsure of the location of his next game.

Lennon said: "We know we only need a point now to wrap it up and we will see what the fixtures bring on Monday.

"People were coming in with the scores so we had to sit and wait but it was no big disappointment not to win it today.

"It would be nice to win it at home as we haven't done that for a while. It would be nice to have a full house and give the fans something to enjoy.

"As for today, I was looking for a good performance and I got that.

"We were dominant. The strikers were a lot better and Anthony Stokes and Gary Hooper were the catalysts for a lot of good stuff so I am really pleased."

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