Alistair Johnston was an immediate injury concern for Celtic after he was on the receiving end of a robust tackle by Rangers' John Lundstram at the weekend.

Thankfully for the champions-elect though, it seems the Canadian full-back is fit and ready to take on Kilmarnock tomorrow night at Rugby Park.

A short trip down the M77 is on the cards for Brendan Rodgers and his players on Wednesday evening. Just a single point is required to secure a third Scottish Premiership title in a row.

Killie have nothing to play for other than pride, with Derek McInnes' side already wrapping up fourth spot and therefore Europa League football this summer.

Johnston will be in contention to play in Ayrshire, despite coming off against Rangers with a suspected knock as a result of the tackle.

"John's tackle is slightly mistimed, he catches [Alistair] high, and unfortunately for him in the modern game where there's VAR and everything else, it's easy to get sent off," Rodgers commented. "And if that happens in an iconic game then, of course, it will be out there.

"Thankfully Alistair wasn't too badly hurt. He struggled in the game and had to come off afterwards, but he's alright and he's available for the game tomorrow."

The Celtic manager also explained why midfielder Yang didn't feature in his side's matchday squad against Rangers.

He said: "Yang just had a slight issue with his foot but everyone has come out looking fit, looking strong, trained well, and ready for tomorrow… Everyone [else] is really good."

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Celtic could well officially be crowned Premiership champions tonight without kicking a ball.

Dundee travel to Ibrox this evening to take on Philippe Clement's side.

If the visitors manage to get anything from the game, then it will mean that Celtic cannot be caught, and so everyone associated with the club will be in full party mode ahead of the Killie game.