Jan 19, 2013 at 3pm UK at ​Celtic Park
Celtic
4-1
Hearts
Samaras (12'), Hooper (2', 85'), Nouioui (90')
FT(HT: 2-0)
Holt (69')
Barr (71'), McHattie (76')

Team News: Gary Hooper starts for Celtic

Team News: Hooper starts for Hoops
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Norwich target Gary Hooper starts for Celtic in their SPL clash with Hearts.

Norwich City target Gary Hooper starts for Celtic in their SPL game against Hearts this afternoon.

Lukasz Zaluska is in goal for Celtic after regular number one Fraser Forster was sidelined with a neck injury.

Midfielder Joe Ledley has recovered from a groin injury to make his first start since early December, while Israeli defender Rami Gershon will hope to make his first appearance off the bench.

Australian midfielder Tomas Rogic is awaiting a work permit and James Forrest and Paddy McCourt are injured.

Danny Wilson makes his debut for Hearts after joining on loan from Liverpool, but captain Marius Zaliukas and Ryan Stevenson are both suspended.

Scott Robinson also misses out with a knock for the Jambos.

Celtic: Zaluska, Matthews, Lustig, Mulgrew, Izaguirre, Commons, Brown, Wanyama, Ledley, Samaras, Hooper.

Hearts: MacDonald, Barr, Webster, Wilson, McHattie, Holt, McGowan, Taouil, Driver, Paterson, Sutton.

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