Celtic v Rangers preview

Team news for Sunday afternoon's Co-operative Insurance Cup final between Celtic and Rangers at Hampden Park (kick-off 3pm).

Last Updated: 18/03/11 at 17:07

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Scott Brown and Mark Wilson return from suspension for the Old Firm clash.

Both missed the Scottish Cup win at Inverness at midweek but are likely to go straight back in to the Hoops' side.

Defender Daniel Majstorovic is still out with fractured toe on his right foot.

Rangers defender Kyle Bartley will miss the final against the Hoops with a knee injury.

Kyle Lafferty (knee) and Vladimir Weiss (foot) are doubtful but Nikica Jelavic returns after being ineligible for the Europa League tie with PSV Eindhoven.

Neil Alexander is expected to start in goal while Jamie Ness (groin), Lee McCulloch (knee) and Kirk Broadfoot (foot) remain on the sidelines and Richard Foster is cup-tied.

Celtic (from): Forster, Wilson, Loovens, Mulgrew, Juarez, Izaguirre, Ledley, Brown, Kayal, Ki, Samaras, Commons, Forrest, Hooper, Stokes, Zaluska,

McCourt, Rogne.

Rangers (from): Alexander, Bougherra, Weir, Whittaker, Davis, Edu, Fleck, Healy, Diouf, Jelavic, Naismith, Papac, Wylde, Hutton, Lafferty, Weiss, Hemmings, McGregor.

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