Tom Rogic has added to Celtic’s injury concerns after Australian manager Graham Arnold confirmed that the Parkhead star will not feature for his country against Lebanon today.

The midfielder is believed to have a slight knee injury, adding to the calf problem suffered by Kieran Tierney who withdrew from the Scotland squad last week with a leg problem.

With Scott Brown, Leigh Griffiths, Olivier Ntcham and Kristoffer Ajer all sidelined, Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers will await confirmation that Rogic’s problem is more a precaution than anything else.

“There is a short turnaround to Tuesday’s match against Lebanon so Tom [Rogic] and Robbie [Kruse], who both performed well on Saturday evening but have minor knee and groin injuries respectively, won’t be risked,” said the Aussie boss.

Meanwhile, Dedryck Boyata may need an arm around his shoulder when he returns to Lennoxtown this week.

The Belgian defender started the weekend game against Switzerland as Belgian threw away a 2-0 lead and crumbled to a 5-2 defeat.

Boyata was part of the Belgian World Cup squad who finished third at the World Cup finals this summer but he has taken heavy criticism for his role in the defeat in his homeland.

“I won’t be sleeping very well for many days now,” he admitted. “At 2-0 up, it should have been a time for us to control the game – instead the opposite happened.

“Many of our players were below their best against Switzerland and I have to include myself in that.“It wasn’t a lack of motivation and we didn’t underestimate them.

“We just had a very bad night defensively. It’s time for me to go back to basics and take it from there.

“After such a great World Cup, to come down to a level of performance like that wasn’t good enough and we will have to seriously analyse what went wrong.”