Rogic has been on the sidelines with a knee injury for the past few weeks, while Ntcham has been struggling with a hamstring problem.
Celtic boss Lennon, appointed in the role until the end of the season following the departure of Brendan Rodgers to Leicester City in the Premier League, has said that both the 26-year-old Australia international midfielder and the 23-year-old French midfielder will be back for the Old Firm derby against Rangers.
Lennon told The Scotsman: “I’m optimistic that he’ll be able to play against Rangers – and the same applies to Olivier Ntcham as well.
“I think we’ve missed his game-changing ability in the time I’ve been here so far. We’ve missed that maverick kind of player and little bit of creativity.”
Boost for Celtic
Celtic are as many as eight points clear of second-placed Rangers at the top of the Scottish Premiership table at the moment and will head into the match against the Gers high on confidence.
The Hoops have the best squad in Scotland, and with Rogic and Ntcham set to return, the Glasgow giants will certainly be huge favourites to win the game against Steven Gerrard’s team.