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Paul Heffernan is caught offside. James Dayton goes off and Jeroen Tesselaar comes on. Fraser Forster takes the indirect free kick.
The ball is swung over by James Forrest, clearance by Mark O'Hara.
Shot by James Dayton from deep inside the penalty area misses to the right of the target.
Short corner taken by Lee Johnson.
Tony Watt has an effort at goal from 12 yards. Cameron Bell makes a brilliant save.
Shot from 25 yards by Manuel Pascali. Save made by Fraser Forster.
William Gros comes on in place of Rory McKenzie.
Emilio Izaguirre challenges Mark O'Hara unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Lee Johnson.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Rory McKeown by Charlie Mulgrew. Direct free kick taken by Manuel Pascali.
A cross is delivered by Tony Watt, clearance by Ryan O'Leary.
Handball by Adam Matthews. Direct free kick taken by Manuel Pascali.
Tony Watt takes a shot from inside the six-yard box clearing the crossbar.
Paul Heffernan challenges Kelvin Wilson unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Kelvin Wilson.
The official flags Emilio Izaguirre offside. Cameron Bell takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Adam Matthews by James Dayton. Adam Matthews takes the direct free kick.
Tony Watt joins the action as a substitute, replacing Nicolas Fedor Miku.
Adam Matthews sends in a cross, clearance made by Michael Nelson.
Paul Heffernan replaces Cillian Sheridan.
Patrick McCourt comes on in place of Kris Commons.
Penalty awarded for an unfair challenge on Rory McKenzie by Emilio Izaguirre. Fraser Forster is given a yellow card. Power penalty scored by Liam Kelly. Celtic 0-2 Kilmarnock.
Nicolas Fedor Miku challenges Rory McKeown unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Ryan O'Leary.
Charlie Mulgrew fouled by Lee Johnson, the ref awards a free kick. Shot on goal comes in from Charlie Mulgrew from the free kick, save made by Cameron Bell.
Kris Commons fouled by Mark O'Hara, the ref awards a free kick. Charlie Mulgrew restarts play with the free kick.
Gary Hooper has a shot on goal from outside the box which misses left.
Liam Kelly gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Fraser Forster. Free kick taken by Fraser Forster.
Corner taken by Rory McKenzie from the right by-line, Kelvin Wilson makes a clearance.
James Dayton takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Brilliant save by Fraser Forster.
Gary Hooper produces a right-footed shot from close range which goes wide of the right-hand upright.
Unfair challenge on James Forrest by Manuel Pascali results in a free kick. Free kick taken by James Forrest.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Liam Kelly by Nicolas Fedor Miku. Cillian Sheridan has an effort direct from the free kick.
Rory McKeown delivers the ball, Joe Ledley manages to make a clearance.
Gary Hooper on for Beram Kayal.
Nicolas Fedor Miku gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Michael Nelson. Free kick taken by Cameron Bell.
Inswinging corner taken by Kris Commons from the left by-line, Cameron Bell makes a save.
Cillian Sheridan scores a goal from close range low into the middle of the goal. Celtic 0-1 Kilmarnock.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Kris Commons from the right by-line, clearance made by Cillian Sheridan.
Foul by Manuel Pascali on Kris Commons, free kick awarded. Charlie Mulgrew crosses the ball in from the free kick, Cameron Bell makes a save.
Effort on goal by James Dayton from just outside the penalty area goes harmlessly over the target.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on James Forrest by Mark O'Hara. Emilio Izaguirre takes the direct free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Ryan O'Leary on Nicolas Fedor Miku. Kris Commons restarts play with the free kick.
James Dayton produces a cross, save made by Fraser Forster.
Outswinging corner taken by James Dayton.
Adam Matthews concedes a free kick for a foul on James Dayton. Free kick crossed by James Dayton, clearance made by Efe Ambrose.
Strike from close range by Joe Ledley clears the bar.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Emilio Izaguirre by Lee Johnson. The free kick is delivered left-footed by Kris Commons from left channel, Michael Nelson manages to make a clearance.
Beram Kayal fouled by Manuel Pascali, the ref awards a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Beram Kayal.
Nicolas Fedor Miku fouled by Manuel Pascali, the ref awards a free kick. Beram Kayal takes the direct free kick.
James Forrest is ruled offside. Free kick taken by Lee Johnson.
Inswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Kris Commons, clearance by Michael Nelson.
Emilio Izaguirre sends in a cross, clearance made by Rory McKenzie.
Manuel Pascali delivers the ball, Charlie Mulgrew manages to make a clearance.
Effort from the edge of the box by James Forrest goes wide of the left-hand post.
Centre by Rory McKeown, blocked by Kelvin Wilson.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Nicolas Fedor Miku. Indirect free kick taken by Rory McKeown.
Manuel Pascali is ruled offside. Fraser Forster restarts play with the free kick.
Rory McKenzie has an effort at goal from outside the area missing to the wide right of the goal.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Liam Kelly by Beram Kayal. Free kick taken by Manuel Pascali.
Wanyama worth #25million - Lennon
Neil Lennon has put a #25million valuation on Victor Wanyama after criticising the Kenyan's representative for revealing that the player has turned down the offer of a new contract from Celtic.
The 21-year-old midfielder signed a four-year deal when he moved from Belgian side Beerschot for a reported #900,000 in 2011 but the Parkhead club, in line with their recent policy of rewarding performances, have offered him new terms.
However, following Wanyama's impressive display for the Hoops in their Champions League clash with Barcelona at the Nou Camp on Tuesday night, the player's agent, Rob Moore, told STV: "Victor has informed Celtic the contract offer fell short of his expectations."
The Celtic boss believes Wanyama is good enough to play for the Catalan giants, insisting he was in the "same mould" as Barca midfielder Alex Song, as he defended his valuation of the player before hitting out at Moore.
"I don't know (if the value is realistic) but it is what I value him at," said Lennon, speaking ahead of Saturday's home league clash against Kilmarnock.
"I think he is a wonderful talent and he can only get better.
"If bids come in we are under no pressure to sell which is where we want to be with him at the minute.
"He has the world at is feet but his feet are here and he won't be going anywhere unless we get an out-of-this-world offer and even then, we don't have to sell him because he is on a long-term contract."
Lennon was less complimentary when discussing Moore's revelation.
He said: "Unfortunately, for some reason, Victor's agent and representative has come out and made public that they have turned down a contract.
"I am not sure Victor has turned it down.
"He has not spoken to me. A month ago he went on record saying how happy he was at the club and I have no reason to disbelieve that.
"I was actually with his representative in Barcelona on Tuesday and had a brief chat and there was no discussion of him having turned down a new contract.
"So this has come out of the blue and I am disappointed that this has come out in public.
"We don't want to do our negotiations in public.
"We may go back to him again but we have offered him a significant pay rise.
"We don't have to do that but we feel it is reward for his performances.
"It is credit to the club and the board and I agree with that philosophy of rewarding players for performances."
Georgios Samaras is out of Celtic's clash with Kilmarnock at Parkhead.
The Greece striker limped off in the first half in the Nou Camp with an ankle injury and is aiming to be back for the return game against the Catalan giants in just under a fortnight's time.
Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels will decide on Saturday morning what part, if any, Mahamadou Sissoko will play in the clash.
The 24-year-old defender spent the last two seasons on loan from Udinese and has returned to Rugby Park following his release from the Italian club, having received international clearance on Friday afternoon.
Shiels told Press Association Sport: "He is available for Saturday after the clearance came through.
"I have still to select the team so I am undecided about him but there is a chance he will be on the bench at least."
Meanwhile, Killie midfielder Gary Harkins does not expect Celtic to display any signs of a European hangover following their intoxicating experience on Tuesday night.
The 27-year-old former Dundee and Blackburn player joked about the Celtic players' attitude to coming up against him after facing the superstars of Barca, before insisting the champions will have re-focused on the SPL.
"I am sure I will be asked for my strip to go up on the wall next to Lionel Messi's," he said.
"Seriously, it will be different for them but I'm sure they will be professional and treat it the right way.
"I think Celtic are a lot more professional than that.
"They will treat the next game as the most important one and they won't be dwelling on the Barcelona game.
"They will be going out to get three points.
"It is a long old time (since Kilmarnock won there) but records are there to be broken and so at some point I'm sure it will be done.
"It is another game and one where it is important for us to get points.
"We are looking forward to playing on a big stage, the atmosphere will be great and we will do the best we can."
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