Friday, March 14th, 2014
Kilmarnock welcome Celtic to Rugby Park, looking for another victory as they try to put more distance between themselves and the relegation play-off.
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Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston was wary of Celtics threat and said the following before the match: “If you allow Celtic time and space to pass the ball they are going to hurt you because they’re good players. If you stand off them they will just get into areas in between you and you’ll never get a touch. So it’s important we get close to people, close them down, and hopefully have a goal threat at the same time.
Kilmarnock will be without Darren Barr and midfielder Sammy Clingan, while on-loan Celtic player Jackson Irvine is ineligible to play against his parent club.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has announced that he might give some youngster the chance to shine, saying: ”The pitch is always good, so I’m expecting it to be a good game of football. ”There are a few youngster who have been on the periphery of the team this season and it would be nice to give them a little bit of experience if we can.”
Celtic will be without Nir Biton and James Forrest, while Virgil van Dijk is suspended.