Brendan Rodgers could well have a full-strength squad heading into Celtic's crucial clash with Rangers on Sunday, according to a report.

The champions have been blighted with injuries to key players throughout the course of the season. 

However, it seems that the vast majority of those are clearing up at exactly the right time as we enter the business end of the campaign.

Cameron Carter-Vickers and Reo Hatate stepped up their recovery at the weekend by starting against Livingston, a game that the Hoops ran out comfortable 3-0 winners.

It is hoped that Callum McGregor will recover in time from a calf knock to play some part in the weekend derby encounter.

In a potential further boost, the Scottish Sun claims Luis Palma could also be in contention.

It's reported that the £4m winger is ahead of schedule with his rehabilitation from a muscle injury he suffered in training last month.

He's scored nine goals for the Hoops this season, and it's believed he'd expected to be back involved in first-team training ahead of the trip to Ibrox.

It's stated that if Palma comes through unscathed then he will be included in Rodgers' matchday squad, which is looking likely to be full strength.

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Meanwhile, the news that away allocations will be restored to a reasonable level come the start of next season will come too late for Joe Hart to get a proper feel for what the Old Firm derby used to be, with his Celtic career coinciding with the ticketing tit-for-tat that is finally grinding towards a resolution.

Not that having only a small wedge of Ibrox backing his team – or, more recently, no fans at all – has diminished the experience for the former England number one, who is savouring these final months in a Celtic jersey before hanging up his gloves for good in the summer.