Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths will make his final appearance of the season when the champions play St Johnstone, live on Sky Sports 3 HD from 7pm on Wednesday. Griffiths will hope to score his 40th goal of the campaign before serving a suspension following his recent yellow card in the 3-1 victory over Hearts at Tynecastle.Charlie Mulgrew is likely to miss the trip to McDiarmid Park after suffering a hamstring injury during Sundays 3-2 victory over Aberdeen. Efe Ambrose, who replaced Mulgrew against the Dons, is expected to start but Kris Commons could again miss out because of a knock. Efe Ambrose is standing by to deputise for Mulgrew Celtic captain Scott Brown is also recovering from a hamstring problem and will be rested until the start of next season.St Johnstone will be without midfield trio Murray Davidson (hamstring), Chris Millar and Simon Lappin (both calf) for the visit of the Hoops. Leigh Griffiths expects Aberdeen to be Celtics main rivals in the Scottish Premiership next season, despite Rangers joining them in the top division Right-back Darnell Fisher misses out against his parent club while long-term absentees Craig Thomson (broken collarbone) and Dave Mackay (hip) remain sidelined.But the Perth side have drafted 20-year-old Eoghan McCawl into the squad as cover for their final home match of the campaign.Saints have yet to pick up a point against Celtic this season, but a draw on Wednesday would secure a fourth place finish for Tommy Wrights team. Highlights from Sundays game between Celtic and Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership Watch St Johnstone v Celtic in the Scottish Premiership live on Sky Sports 3 HD from 7pm on Wednesday. Hugo Sanchez Jersey
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Before exiting, the U.S. showed the spunk that won Americas attention. The Belgians built a two-goal lead when Kevin De Bruyne scored in the 93rd minute and Romelu Lukaku in the 105th. But then Julian Green, at 19 the third-youngest player in the tournament, stuck out his right foot to volley in Michael Bradleys pass over the defence in the 107th, two minutes after entering. "I was sure that we would make the second goal and we would go to the penalty shootout," Green said. The Americans nearly did. In the 114th, Clint Dempsey peeled away on a 30-yard free kick by Bradley, who passed ahead to Chris Wondolowski. He fed Dempsey, and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois bolted off his line to block the 6-yard shot. At the final whistle, the U.S. players fell to the field in their all-white uniforms like so many crumpled tissues. "They made their country proud with this performance and also with their entire performance in this World Cup," said Jurgen Klinsmann, the former German World Cup champion who took over as coach three years ago. The Americans advanced from a difficult first-round group to reach the knockout rounds of consecutive World Cups for the first time. Four years ago, they were eliminated by Ghana 2-1 on a goal in the third minute of extra time. "Getting to the round of 16, if we dont do that, were very, very disappointed," U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati said. "We get here and its kind of the swing game. We get beyond here, then its generally viewed as very successful -- this year was a little different because of the group we had in the first round, so that already was a success." The crowd of 551,227 at Arena Fonte Nova appeared to be about one third pro-U.ddddddddddddS., with 10 per cent backing the Belgians and the rest neutral. Back home, millions watched in offices, homes and public gatherings that included a huge crowd at Chicagos Soldier Field. President Barack Obama joined about 200 staffers in an Executive Office Building auditorium to watch the second half. "I believe!" he exclaimed as he walked in at the front of the hall. "I believe!" Belgium outshot the U.S. 38-14. The 35-year-old Howard kept the ball out with slides, with dives and with leaps. But he never felt it was his special night. "If this continues, then were in trouble," he recalled thinking. With forward Jozy Altidore still not recovered from the strained hamstring that had sidelined him since the June 16 opener, Klinsmann inserted Wondolowski as a second striker in the 72nd minute. He appeared to have a chance to win it in stoppage time when Jermaine Jones flicked the ball to him at the top of the 6-yard box, but with Courtois coming out, Wondolowski put the ball over the crossbar. While the linesman put out his flag, it was unclear whether he was signalling goal kick or offside. In the third minute of extra time, Matt Besler tried to intercept a pass to Lukaku but fell down as the Belgian striker fought free. Lukaku sped in alone, crossed, and the ball rebounded off defender Omar Gonzalez. Kevin De Bruyne controlled it, took three touches as he spun and beat Howard just over his right foot. "I thought I could make a play on the ball. I took a shot and missed and lost my balance," Besler said. Twelve minutes later, with the U.S. pushing for an equalizer, Bradleys shot was blocked and De Bruyne burst ahead on a counter. He fed Lukaku, who sent the ball over the left shoulder of Howard, his Everton teammate, and seemingly put the game out of reach. But Green, among five German-Americans on the U.S. roster and a surprise pick, woke up the team and its fans with his first touch, setting off raucous chants of "U-S-A! U-S-A!" 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