Brown available for Old Firm crunch

Scott Brown will be available to face Rangers in Sunday's Old Firm derby despite booking in to see a specialist about his ongoing ankle injury.

Last Updated: 02/10/09 at 14:09

Brown: To see a specialist about his ankle

Brown: To see a specialist about his ankle

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Brown will be in London on Tuesday, the day before he is due to fly out with Scotland for next Saturday's friendly in Japan.

Defender Andreas Hinkel and midfielder Paddy McCourt, who are both carrying knocks, did not train and will have to prove their fitness on Saturday ahead of the Scottish Premier League trip to Ibrox.

Kick-off at Ibrox is 12.30pm.

Celtic (from): Boruc, Caldwell, Wilson, McManus, Hinkel, Daniel Fox, Brown, McGeady, McCourt, Robson, N'Guemo, McGinn, Maloney, Killen, McDonald, Samaras, Zaluska, Loovens, Caddis, Crosas.

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