UEFA have confirmed that Celtic's first round Champions League qualifier with KR Reykjavik is ON, despite reports suggesting the Parkhead club may have to forfeit.

Neil Lennon's side will go into the tie without any competitive action after the Scottish Government postponed their matches against St Mirren and Aberdeen.

A UEFA statement read: "At this stage match is scheduled to take place as planned and we have no further comment to make."

The decision comes after Celtic defender Boli Bolingoli admitted he was "guilty of an error of judgement" after playing in Sunday's 1-1 draw against Kilmarnock despite having recently returned from Spain without quarantining.

Speaking earlier today his manager Neil Lennon slammed the Belgian's actions.

"I am livid; total betrayal of trust," he said. "He took a flight to Spain on the Monday and flew back on Tuesday - one day in Spain, no logic to that - and decided to keep it to himself.

"We couldn't have done any more as a club to maintain the standards.

"This is a rogue who has gone off tangent and decided to do something very, very selfish.

"He trained all week in this bubble and was part of the squad for Sunday and put everybody at risk, the Kilmarnock players and staff as well.

"We were livid and appalled. We have been bitterly, sorely let down by the selfish actions of one individual. He blatantly disregarded instructions.

"The players are angry, disappointed and frustrated. It's just not good enough. It's just simply not good enough."