Celtic have yet another injury concern ahead of their Europa League clash with Bayer Leverkusen after full-back Josip Juranovic was forced off against Dundee United.
Ange Postecoglou hasn't had his troubles to seek of late and recently admitted he must have "walked under a ladder" such is his squad's bad luck.
Celtic were already without six first-team stars for the clash with United as captain Callum McGregor and Kyogo Furuhashi headlined an extensive list of absentees.
And just 26 minutes had passed when Juranovic went down with a painful looking knock.
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The Croatian was filling in at left-back for Greg Taylor but his game was cut short when he abruptly hit the deck.
There was a short stoppage as Adam Montgomery was sent for a hasty warm-up and the 19-year-old took his place.
Juranovic was helped off the pitch and appeared to be struggling although the extent of the injury isn't yet clear.
But it came just days ahead of their key Europa League tie with Bayer and Postecoglou will be rueing yet another injury blow.
If Juranovic misses that one then it seems likely Montgomery and Anthony Ralston will take the starting full-back berths.