Bench: Gordon, Bitton, Hayes, Elhamed, Ntcham, Christie, Johnston.
Celtic and Hibs fans are being warned to arrive early at Hampden Park for today's League Cup semi-final, as a new entry system has the potential to cause chaos.
The national stadium has installed barcode ticket machines, which will be used for the first time today.
While many stadiums, including Celtic Park and Easter Road, have such a system the new setup at Hampden will deny entry if fans don't use the correct turnstiles.
In addition there will be thorough searches of both sets of fans
As a result, supporters have been told to arrive in plenty of time for the 5.30pm kick-off.
Celtic advised: " Hampden Park has a new access control system in place and fans should arrive in plenty of time to avoid delays in entering the stadium.
"Enhanced search arrangements will be in place ahead of the game.
"Turnstiles will open 90 minutes before kick-off."
Scott Brown has been passed fit for today's match.
Is it live on TV?
Yes, the game is being shown live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate. Coverage begins from 5pm.
Hibs TV and Celtic TV subscribers can also see the action from outwith the UK and Ireland.
Who’s the ref?
Bobby Madden is the man in charge at Hampden. He’ll be assisted by Graeme Stewart and Douglas Ross with Steven McLean manning the touchline as fourth official.
League Cup Semi Final : Hibs vs Celtic