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Preview: Celtic vs Ferencvarosi – latest team & injury news, predicted XI

With Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic side heading into Tuesday afternoon’s Europa League clash in a decent run of form, with the Bhoys having picked up their first and second away wins of the season in back to back fixtures, the 56-year-old Hoops manager will undoubtedly be hoping for yet another positive result against Ferencvarosi TC at Parkhead.

Indeed, if Celtic are to have any chance of qualifying for the knockout stages of the competition, then a win against their Hungarian opponents is an absolute must, leaving no room for error in the Greek-Australian manager’s team selection.

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So, will Postecoglou make any changes to the team which started the 2-0 win at Motherwell last time out? Here’s how we think Celtic could line up against Ferencvarosi, along with the latest team and injury news…

With Postecoglou recently revealing that 19-year-old Adam Montgomery looks set for a return to action after being rested at Fir Park last weekend, we predict that the 56-year-old will make two changes to the team which started the win on Saturday.

As is now a formality, Joe Hart starts between the sticks, while the centre-back partnership of Carl Starfelt and Cameron Carter-Vickers remains intact.

The first change comes at left-back, with Boli Bolingoli dropping out of the side for the aforementioned Montgomery, who is thrown straight back into the XI following his recovery from injury, as the youngster highly impressed in the recent 2-1 win over Aberdeen.

Meanwhile, the equally impressive Anthony Ralston keeps his spot at right-back, with summer signing Josip Juranovic yet to fully recover from his hamstring injury.

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In the middle of the park, David Turnbull, Callum McGregor and the more advanced Tom Rogic all keep their starting berths after a collectively solid display against Motherwell.

The second change comes in attack, with Kyogo Furuhashi being moved onto the left-hand side of the front three, Jota switching to the opposite flank and 26-year-old Giorgos Giakoumakis being awarded his first start for Celtic in the centre-forward role, while Liel Abada drops to the bench.

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Article title: Preview: Celtic vs Ferencvarosi – latest team & injury news, predicted XI

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