Brown, Armstrong & Simunovic set to face Bayern in Champions League

Celtic's Stuart Armstrong Jozo Simunovic and Scott Brown

Celtic's Stuart Armstrong Jozo Simunovic and Scott Brown

He said: "We have confidence and no matter who we play we'll give 100% and try to get the result".

"He normally arrives the day before so he should be back tomorrow".

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that the injured trio of Scott Brown, Stuart Armstrong and Jozo Simunovic will be ready to face Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Wednesday.

Brendan Rodgers has revealed that three of his key players are expected to be back in time to play a part in Celtic's clash against Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

Scott Brown, the club captain, had pulled out of Scotland's final two World Cup qualifying ties against Slovakia and Slovenia with a hamstring problem while Stuart Armstrong, his fellow midfielder, was forced to join him on the sidelines due to a calf injury.

Defender Anthony Ralston is still recovering from a slight tear to his meniscus.

"It was never an injury that was going to keep him out for a sustained amount of time, but he just felt something and he stayed behind to get treatment".

"[Brown and Armstrong] are great".

Before the global break Celtic shared a 2-2 draw with Hibernian - dropping their only two points in September - and resume the domestic campaign in top spot from Aberdeen on goal difference. "I thought the players were outstanding in their focus with all the games that they had".

"We had a real tough one at the end of it all against Hibs but we came through that and managed to get a point".

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