Motherwell v Celtic preview

Team news of the Scottish Cup final between Motherwell and Celtic at Hampden Park on Saturday.

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Stokes: In contention for Celtic

Stokes: In contention for Celtic

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Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has a full squad to choose from.

McCall has rotated his squad in recent weeks to ensure everyone is fit and will restore the likes of Darren Randolph and Steve Jennings to his team.

Maurice Ross has recovered from a groin strain and is pushing for a place in the final 16.

Celtic striker Anthony Stokes is back in contention for the Hoops.

The Irishman was left out of the final Scottish Premier League game of the season against the Steelmen at Celtic Park last week by manager Neil Lennon after an incident at the team hotel.

Midfielder Shaun Maloney will miss out with a calf strain while Kris Commons returns from suspension.

Motherwell (from): Randolph, Saunders, Ross, Craigan, Hutchinson, Gunning, Hammell, Hateley, Jennings, Lasley, Forbes, Humphrey, Jones, Murphy, Sutton, Jeffers, McHugh, Casagolda, Page, Hollis.

Celtic (from): Forster, Wilson, Loovens, Majstorovic, Izaguirre, Forrest, McCourt, Brown, Commons, Ki, Mulgrew, Hooper, Stokes, Samaras, Juarez, Zaluska, Cha, Rogne, Murphy, McGinn.

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