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The game between Ross County and Celtic in the Scottish Premiership on 9th November 2013 at 12:45

Celtic skipper Scott Brown and fellow midfielder Nir Biton return to the squad for Saturday's Scottish Premiership clash with Ross County in Dingwall.

Both missed Wednesday night's Champions League game defeat by Ajax in Amsterdam through suspension.

Midfielder Kris Commons came through that match unscathed after his recent hamstring strain, and should feature from the start.

Forward Georgios Samaras will not travel with the squad due to a swollen knee, while Adam Matthews (collarbone) and Steven Mouyokolo (Achilles) remain out.

Melvin De Leeuw is a doubt for the home team, who have not completed either of their last two matches due to floodlight failure at home to Inverness Caley and then heavy rain at St Mirren Park.

The Staggies striker took hefty knocks in both those fixture and is battling to shrug them off ahead of the lunchtime kick-off.

Midfielder Alex Cooper played an U-20s game in midweek after a lengthy lay-off but it is too early for his inclusion in the squad.
 Ross County manager Derek Adams: "Celtic won't enjoy coming up here. I don't think they've enjoyed it in the past.

"We performed very well against them last season; two draws and a win (at home) and that's something we are very proud of.

"Celtic are a very good side coming off a game against Ajax and they may change their team around.

"We've played 11 games this season and Celtic have played 20-odd. That's a big difference.

"It's been stop-start for us, with two abandoned games and the international breaks. It's not been ideal."

Celtic manager Neil Lennon: "I am really not happy about the timing of the game.

"I have had no time at all to work with the players. We came back from Amsterdam [following the 2-1 Champions League defeat by Ajax] in the early hours of Thursday morning, we are in today [Friday] but there is no chance of any players who played, doing any training.

"Now we have a three-hour bus ride for a lunchtime kick-off.

"The timing is ridiculous and then I have players away in international duty for two weeks after that.

"I know the SPFL have nothing to do with internationals but I feel sorry for our supporters, some of them who may have been in Amsterdam now having to go to Dingwall on Saturday morning and I feel sorry for the players.

"It is an entertainment business and it is going to be very difficult for them to play at their very best. So I may have to look to freshen things up tomorrow."

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