ANGE POSTECOGLOU will give star striker Kyogo the chance to prove his fitness for tomorrow’s League Cup Final at Celtic’s last training session ahead of the game at Lennoxtown today.

The Celtic manager says that if any of his injured attacking trio of Kyogo, James Forrest and Mikey Johnston are to have a chance of making his line-up at Hampden, they will have to come through that training session unscathed.

Only after assessing their progress will Postecoglou then make a call on how to configure his attack as he looks to lift the first silverware of his reign against Hibernian.

“It’s still sort of a day-to-day proposition,” Postecoglou said.

“We’ve still got training tomorrow, so I’m not ruling anyone out, but I’m not ruling anyone in at the moment.

“From my perspective, if anyone is going to be available they will have to train tomorrow, so the medical team will give me a briefing in the morning and we’ll go from there.

“I’ve got no choice, it’s how it is. I’d much rather not be in this position and have everyone available, but it’s been happening for a few weeks.

“Ultimately you just want to make the best decision for us on the weekend and make sure we have a team out there that can give a good account of themselves.

“The players are working hard to try to be available, but ultimately it will come down to a decision of whether they are fit enough to contribute or not.”

When asked if he had a hunch if any of his injured players would make the game, Postecoglou replied: “My degree in hunches hasn’t come through yet!

“I’ll keep an open mind on it, I’m not trying to play ducks and drakes with you.

“It is a day-to-day thing and they are making progress, but is Sunday too early for them?

“All of those decisions we will have to make, but they will have to train [on Saturday] and that will give us the best indication of how they feel, and then we’ll make a decision.

“At the moment, not all of them are guaranteed to train, it’s just about how they feel in the morning.”