Andriy Dykan out of Celtic clash

Andriy Dykan out of Celtic clash
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Spartak Moscow goalkeeper Andriy Dykan is ruled out of Tuesday's Champions League match against Celtic with a shoulder injury.

Spartak Moscow goalkeeper Andriy Dykan has been ruled out of Tuesday's Champions League match against Celtic with a shoulder problem.

The 35-year-old Ukraine international, who picked up the injury during the 3-1 victory over Amkar Perm yesterday, will also miss his side's Group G clash with Benfica on October 23.

An official club statement read: "Today, Dykan had a medical examination which revealed damage to a shoulder joint. He will be out of action for a month."

Spartak are currently bottom of Group G following their 3-2 defeat to Barcelona earlier this month.

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TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Lokomotiv MoscowLokomotiv20143332151745
2Zenit St PetersburgZenit20107331131837
3Spartak Moscow20107336231337
4FC KrasnodarKrasnodar2011363223936
5CSKA MoscowCSKA20105528171135
6FC UfaUfa207672022-227
7Akhmat GroznyAkhmat Grozny207582226-426
8Ural YekaterinburgUral2051052222025
9RostovRostov206771717025
10Arsenal TulaArsenal Tula207492023-325
11Rubin Kazan206592017323
12Dynamo Moscow205781920-122
13Amkar PermAmkar205691219-721
14TosnoTosno2055101835-1720
15Anzhi MakhachkalaAnzhi2054112238-1619
16SKA-KhabarovskKhabarovsk2026121637-2112
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