Brendan Rodgers will look to move one step closer to another trophy at Celtic and a domestic treble in the Scottish Cup semi-final on Sunday.

Celtic will be looking to complete a domestic treble for the first time since 2001 and will need to beat Rangers in order to progress to next month’s final at Hampden Park.

The two sides have met four times this season, with Celtic coming out on top in three games, scoring nine goals to the Ibrox sides three.

Whoever wins will face Aberdeen in the final which will take place on Saturday May 27.

Rangers came out on top in last year’s Scottish Cup semi-final after penalties, and new manager Pedro Caixinha has won his last two games in charge.

Celtic

Dedryck Boyata and Mikael Lustig are both available after missing last weekend’s game with minor injuries.

Scott Brown is free to face Rangers after Celtic appealed his red card in last weekend’s 2-2 draw against Ross County.

Rangers

Lee Wallace is out with a hamstring injury but Clint Hill could return from a calf injury.

Michael O’Halloran back training with first team having played in their 4-0 loss to Celtic’s under-20’s last week.

Jordan Rossiter and Niko Kranjcar remain sidelined with long-term injuries.

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