Craig Gordon is set to return to the Celtic side for Saturday's Scottish Cup final against Motherwell at Hampden Park.
The former Hearts goalkeeper has missed the Bhoys' last three matches because of a knee complaint.
Celtic have won the Scottish Cup on 37 occasions and are 1/10 to triumph again this weekend as they attempt to secure a back-to-back clean sweep of domestic trophies.
Motherwell, who have won the Scottish Cup twice before - in 1952 and 1991 - also reached the League Cup final six months ago when they were beaten 2-0 by Brendan Rodgers' side.
Steelmen boss Stephen Robinson is determined to cause an upset on Saturday, saying: "There are no expectations on us apart from within our dressing room. Everyone expects Celtic to win but we have different ideas.
"We have created a real belief that we can do something special this season.
"I don't think there's any point turning up if you don't believe you can win. We're certainly not turning up to make up the numbers."
Motherwell can be backed at 6/1 to lift the trophy while they are available at 25/1 to win the final 1-0.
View all Soccer betting