Ryan Christie will not be involved against Rangers this weekend, with the playmaker not recovering in time for the game.
Football Scotland reports that Christie had been hoping to be involved, but it is one that has come around too quickly for him.
Christie has been suffering from a hamstring injury and has not been involved for the Hoops since February. Missing six games in total, Christie is yet to feature under interim boss Neil Lennon.
With the international break all said and done, attention will quickly turn back to domestic matters, with Celtic looking to extend their lead at the top to 13 points.
While supporters will already be confident about eight-in-a-row, a win over rivals Rangers in the Glasgow Derby would certainly put one hand on the trophy.
Christie enjoyed a fantastic first half of the season with Celtic and will be hoping to be involved in the near future.
Big decisions Lennon must make ahead of Rangers clash
Should Tierney start?
Lennon must decide whether or not to risk Kieran Tierney. No doubt keen to feature, the defender has ‘declared himself fit’ to play, but it’s something that could come back to bite him.
Who comes in at right-back?
Jeremy Toljan has shown some defensive fragility and Mikael Lustig is a doubt for the game. It’s a position of concern for Lennon.
What to do with Oli Burke?
Brendan Rodgers was hellbent on using him as a striker, but Lennon is less so. Decisions must be made about where he fits into the squad.
Will it finally be Weah's moment to shine?
Timothy Weah has been on the fringes since joining in January. Celtic fans want to see more from him and this would be one heck of a stage to announce yourself on.