Last Updated at 2:39 pm, April 29th 2012
It's all over and Celtic have comfortably brushed aside Rangers 3-0 at Parkhead in the final Old Firm derby of the season thanks to goals from Charlie Mulgrew, Kris Commons and Gary Hooper.
Brown receives a yellow card after a crunching tackle on Kerkar. He can have no complaints about that.
Hooper is replaced by youngster Tony Watt, who gets his first taste of Old Firm action.
Commons is replaced by Paddy McCourt as Celtic make their second substitution of the match.
Celtic make a change with Anthony Stokes coming on to replace Samaras, who receives a standing ovation.
Bartley is deservedly shown the yellow card after a crunching challenge on Izaguirre in midfield.
Salim Kerkar is introduced into the action by Rangers to replace Little.
Rangers make a change with Jamie Ness coming on to replace McCabe.
GOAL HOOPER - Samaras pounces on a loose ball in midfield to pick out Hooper, who makes his way into the box before lashing an emphatic finish high into the net.
Celtic are now 1/33 with Sky Bet to collect all three points while Rangers are 50/1, with the draw priced at 12/1. Head now to www.skybet.com to place your in-running bets.
The half-time whistle sounds and Celtic go into the break leading Rangers 2-0 in the final Old Firm derby of the season.
GOAL COMMONS - Commons races into the box after latching onto Hooper's lovely square pass from the right wing before dinking a classy finish over McGregor and into the net.
Wallace is booked after a late tackle on Commons in midfield.
GOAL MULGREW - Kris Commons' corner picks out Charlie Mulgrew and the defender's diving downward header bounces beyond Allan McGregor's reach and into the roof of the net.
Cian Hughes says: "Today will be an exiting day and can't wait to see what happends. I am a Celtic fan and I think Celtic will win today 2-1 with goals from Ledley and Hooper."
Ian Riddell in China writes: "Looking forward to this game today. Two of our easiest games this season have been against Celtic, and, despite everything that's been happening off the field, I expect another comfortable win today. 3-1 to the Rangers!"
Orlando-based Bobby writes: "For the fans, there's no such thing as a meaningless Old Firm game...so hopefully the players feel the same way! Think it will be a quiet game though, with only five sending offs, one streaker on the pitch and a final score of 5-5 . It's early morning here in Orlando, Florida, and that first coffee was a zoomer! I think Rangers will win 1-0!"