CELTIC have suffered a trio of injury blows in the Scottish Cup clash against Alloa.

Captain Callum McGregor, scorer Liel Abada and January signing Yosuke Ideguchi were all forced off with knocks during the match at the Indodrill Stadium tonight.

McGregor was the first to be withdrawn from the Scottish Cup fixture as he left just two minutes before half-time after a collision with Alloa's Adam King.

The Celtic skipper appeared to have taken a nasty knock as he appeared to be holding his jaw and face after the coming together. 

Fortunately, McGregor was fit enough to walk enough to exit the pitch himself as he continued to grimace over the injury.

Abada, who scored Celtic's second, was then taken off just seven minutes into the second-half.

The winger appeared to suffer a foot injury and sat down on the pitch before returning to his feet, albeit struggling with his mobility.

Ange Postecoglou then brought Abada off after he looked to be in pain as Jota replaced the Israeli talent.

Just after the hour mark and Celtic suffered their third injury of the match with Ideguchi clattered by a strong challenge from Mouhamed Niang.

The Alloa midfielder cleared the ball before catching Ideguchi on the ankle with a fierce challenge in the folllow through. 

Ideguchi had to be replaced, with Nir Bitton coming on, and Niang was shown a yellow for the challenge.