Double training boost for Celtic ahead of Hoops’ clash with Partick Thistle, Hibs and Hearts.

Celtic have been handed an injury boost with Australian international Tom Rogic back in training with the rest of the squad.

The Australian midfielder hasn’t been involved since the Bhoys 1-0 defeat from Belgian side Anderlecht at the start of December.

Details of Rogic’s injury have been thin on the ground but the 25-year-old’s return to full training would suggest that the midfielder could be back in first team action over the next 10 days during which the Hoops takes on rivals Partick Thistle, Hibs and Hearts.

As well as the Australian, Celtic have also been hit with injury woes as of late with earlier report revealing Stuart Armstrong and Leigh Griffiths who both missed the 5-0 Scottish Cup win over Brechin City.

Armstrong, according to reports, underwent a hernia operation in Germany last week while Griffiths took a full part in the warm down after the Brechin match which he missed due to an ankle injury.

Celtic travel to Firhil tomorrow looking to extend their lead over Aberdeen to 11 points with the Dons due to face Sevco at Ibrox 24 hours later.

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