However, Hoops captain Scott Brown will miss the derby if he is hit with a two-match ban from the SFA.
Celtic will travel to Ibrox on May 12, a week after Morelos is set to return at home to Hibs after serving a four-game ban.
Brown’s Hampden hearing for allegedly goading Gers fans after last weekend’s stormy clash will be heard on May 2.
If the midfielder is hit with a two-match ban or more, he will miss the game at Aberdeen on May 4, the visit to Ibrox and possibly the trophy lift at home to Hearts on May 19.
Celtic could win the title at Easter Road on April 21 if they see off Livingston at home today and Rangers win at Motherwell tomorrow. They could even have the title sealed without kicking a ball at Hibs if Rangers lose at Tynecastle 24 hours earlier.
There could also be tears of joy and sorrow at Dundee on the final weekend when St Mirren visit on May 18, with Hamilton at home to
St Johnstone on the same day.
Meanwhile, Steven Gerrard has admitted he is eager to sit down with chairman Dave King to thrash out the way ahead for Rangers.
“I’m not sure when Dave will be over,” said manager Gerrard.
“I’m sure he will give me his honest assessment of this season and we will talk about moving forward.”