Fit-again Celtic trio in line to return for Bayern Munich game

Captain Scott Brown is in contention to play after he pulled up injured against Anderlecht

Captain Scott Brown is in contention to play after he pulled up injured against Anderlecht

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has told STV that he expects midfield duo Scott Brown and Stuart Armstrong to be fit for the Champions League clash with Bayern Munich.

All three withdrew from global duty through injury and are unlikely to feature against Dundee on Saturday.

Rodgers is hoping to have most of the quintet back for next week's UEFA Champions League game at Bayern Munich. They've come through very, very well.

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"They'll join the squad tomorrow for training and maybe Saturday is too soon for them but certainly Bayern Munich should be fine".

Captain Brown and fellow midfielder Armstrong both missed Scotland's World Cup qualifiers because of hamstring and calf injuries respectively, while central defender Simunovic had to sit out worldwide duty for Bosnia.

"So it was never an injury that was going to keep him out for a sustained period of time but he just felt something and stayed behind to get treatment".

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Rodgers was named Scottish Premiership Manager of the Month for September after guiding Celtic to three wins and a draw.

He said: "We have confidence and no matter who we play we'll give 100% and try to get the result".

Having both players invovled would be a huge boost for Celtic.

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"It makes me very satisfied that you can see the professionalism of the players, when they can be out the team for a few games, and for some players not even on the bench, but when they're asked to come in and play and perform they do that".

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