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Kilmarnock vs Celtic. Scottish Premiership.

Rugby ParkAttendance6,867.

Kilmarnock 0

    Celtic 1

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    Kilmarnock host Celtic in Scottish Premiership live on Sky Sports

    Lee Clark took charge of Kilmarnock for the first time
    Image: Lee Clark is still looking for his first win as Kilmarnock manager

    Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark has no fresh injuries as his side prepare to host Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic on Saturday in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

    Captain Stevie Smith will again lead the side out, despite playing with a hip complaint.

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    Clark said: "It was a concern as potentially he could have been out for the rest of the campaign. The lad's had to take a course of treatment to get through. It tells you everything about the character - that's why he's our captain and leader."

    Former Real Madrid and France player Julien Faubert says he nearly joined Rangers before joining West Ham, all before signing for Kilmarnock

    Defenders David Syme (fractured leg), Darryl Westlake (ankle) and Mark Connolly (hip) remain out alongside winger Chris Johnston (knee), while Jamie Hamill, Ross Barbour and Scott Robinson have been told they are no longer in Clark's plans.

    Celtic hitman Leigh Griffiths (left) celebrates his opening goal with Gary Mackay-steven (centre) and Mikael Lustig
    Image: Mackay-Steven (centre) silenced some of his doubters with a stellar display at Firhill last weekend

    Celtic winger Gary Mackay-Steven is expected to shake off the ankle problem, which forced him to missing training on Thursday, in time for the 12.30pm kick-off at Rugby Park.

    Midfielder Stefan Johansen returns from an ankle knock and Dedryck Boyata is back from a ban, but there is no place in the party for fellow-centre back Jozo Simunovic who remains sidelined with a knee injury.

    Celtic won the first of their current run of titles at Rugby Park
    Image: Celtic won the first of their current run of titles at Rugby Park four years ago

    Manager Ronny Deila is looking forward to a strong backing from the Celtic support, and praised the initiative which has seen the club provide a discount of £6 on every adult ticket as a thank-you to the fans.

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    He said: "This is a very good thing from the club because the fans are so important for us. They were very good against Partick Thistle and it's so important that we get almost a home atmosphere at Rugby Park.

    Despite recent speculation linking Neil Lennon and David Moyes to the Celtic job, current manager Ronny Deila says he wants to stay at the club

    "So I'm very happy at this thing the club has done and I want every Celtic supporter to come to the stadium. It's a good thing and it shows that we support and love our fans."

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