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Celtic: Giorgos Giakoumakis fit for Ross County clash

Celtic: Giorgos Giakoumakis fit for Ross County clash -Celtic News

Celtic striker Giorgos Giakoumakis has been officially passed fit for the Hoops’ vital Scottish Premiership clash with Ross County this weekend.

The Lowdown: Celtic face another big game

Ange Postecoglou’s men return to league action on Sunday action, with title glory within their reach after opening up a lead over rivals Rangers.

Celtic still have plenty of work to do, however – they meet the Gers once more at the start of May – and victory at fifth-place Ross County may not be easy.

Ahead of the game on Sunday though, the Hoops have received a big injury boost.

The Latest: Giakoumakis passed fit

Taking to Twitter on Friday, reliable journalist Alison Conroy confirmed that Giakoumakis is officially back after recovering from a hamstring issue, delivering an emphatic four-word verdict:

“Giorgos Giakoumakis is back.”

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The Verdict: Big boost for Hoops

This is an enormous positive for Celtic, who missed Giakoumakis’ firepower in last weekend’s Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Rangers at Hampden Park.

The Greek goal machine has averaged a goal  every 96 minutes for the Hoops this season, netting nine times in 16 league appearances, and a potentially tight game on Sunday could require him to take one chance with aplomb.

A win at Ross County would feel like another significant step towards the title and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the returning Giakoumakis be the match-winner.

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