Celtic will have the services of striker Anthony Stokes for tomorrow night's Old Firm derby with Rangers at Parkhead.

The Republic of Ireland has been sidelined for the past two league matches with a calf strain but is expected to be fit for the crucial meeting with Celtic's Glasgow enemies on home territory.

Stokes trained fully yesterday and should now be right to start on the bench behind the in-form Gary Hooper (11 goals this term) and Georgios Samaras who netted a brace in the 2-1 win over Kilmarnock on Saturday.

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