Celtic v Rangers preview
Bhoys wait on Loovens, Gers missing duo
Last Updated: May 4, 2010 10:48am
Celtic and Rangers meet for the final Old Firm showdown of the season on Tuesday at Parkhead.
7.30pm, Tue, Sky Sports HD3, Sky Sports 3 and online with Sky Player
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Neil Lennon takes charge of his first derby tussle as Celtic and he will be keen to get one of their bitter rivals as he looks to secure the manager's job on a permanent basis.
Rangers have long ago wrapped up the title, while Celtic will be seeking to end a poor campaign on a high and put down a marker for next season.
Celtic will hand a late fitness test to Glenn Loovens after he missed last weekend's win over Motherwell with a hamstring problem.
Thomas Rogne is still missing with a hamstring injury, while young forward Paul McGowan has failed to shake off an ankle injury.
Robbie Keane is set to lead the attack for Celtic as he looks to enjoy his first taste of victory in an Old Firm contest.
Rangers will still be without defensive duo Madjid Bougherra and Sasa Papac for the trip across Glasgow
Papac is serving the second game of a two-match ban, while Bougherra is struggling with a knock.
Danny Wilson could partner David Weir in central defence with Bougherra sidelined, while Kirk Broadfoot or Stevie Smith could start at left-back.
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