Sparta Prague will be without SEVEN first team players for their Europa League group stage clash with Celtic.

Among the seven are two goalkeepers and they will not travel to Glasgow for Thursday's match.

Injuries and positive Covid-19 tests will force Prague boss Vaclav Kotal to make several changes to his team for the Parkhead showdown.

Meanwhile, Moi Elyounoussi feels the Celtic support are getting a glimpse of just what he can bring to the side on a regular basis.

“I’m always happy to score goals and provide assists for the team,” Elyounoussi said.

“Obviously, as a player, you always want more and sometimes you think more about the chances you didn’t take than the ones you did.

“So I’m content with how I’ve done so far but I’m still hoping that there is even better to come.

“At any time you always want to bring a big performance, whatever the game is. I don’t think too much about what happened with the injury last year because this is a new season and I have it all ahead of me.

“Now I’m doing everything I can to stay healthy and, hopefully, to score more goals for Celtic and for Norway.

“It’s hard to say how close I am to my best form at the moment but I’d like to think it’s currently better than 80 percent. But, you know, I can always get better as a person and a player."