NEIL LENNON has revealed his Celtic team to face Hibernian at Parkhead tonight.

The Premiership champions have had to hastily throw a second-string squad together at the last minute after Christopher Jullien tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday.

Thirteen players and three members of staff have enetered self-isolation as a precautionary measure, leaving Lennon with a decimated pool of players to choose form.

And it appears as though the Celtic boss has placed his faith in youth, with a host of young players given the nod to start tonight.

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Conor Hazard returns in goal for the first time since the Scottish Cup final while 20-year-old defender Stephen Welsh will partner Shane Duffy in defence.

American teenager Cameron Harper will start out wide, while Mikey Johnston is expected to lead the line this evening.

Callum McGregor takes the armband tonight and will be joined in midfield by Ismaila Soro, David Turnbull and Tom Rogic.

Coach Gavin Strachan will take charge of the team tonight, and will be assisted by reserves manager Tommy MacIntyre and reserves coach Stephen McManus.