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Rangers led by Steven Gerrard, brought an end to Celtic’s hegemony in the Scottish top-flight, going on to lift their first league title in eleven years. It has been a hugely memorable campaign for the Light Blues even though they crashed out of the Scottish Cup quarter-finals last time out following a penalty shootout defeat to St. Johnstone.
With just three games left to be played in the season, Gerrard & co. will be hoping to end the campaign on a high by protecting their unbeaten record, while also breaking the 100-point barrier, of which they are currently seven shy.
Celtic meanwhile, will be playing for pride after what has been a disappointing campaign which is set to finish without any silverware.Indeed, having yielded the league title to Rangers, the Hoops had also crashed out of the domestic cup competitions in the early stages, all of which eventually led to the sacking of Neil Lennon.
Interim manager John Kennedy will now hope to see through the season without any more slip-ups, what with the team having failed to win in their last two matches in all competitions, while also pushing to hand their rivals the first league defeat of the 2020/21 term.
The two teams have already clashed four times in the 2020/21 campaign, thrice in the league and once in the Scottish Cup, with Rangers beating Celtic on three occasions while the remaining fixture ended in a draw. Ahead of the latest Old Firm derby this weekend, The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at both teams.
Rangers have been dealt an injury blow in the defensive department as Filip Helander will miss the rest of the season after picking up injury in the cup defeat against St. Johnstone. He joins fellow defenders Leon Balogun and Nikola Katic out on the sidelines while Scott Arfield is also set to miss the remaining three matches of the 2020/21 term due to an ankle issue. Ryan Jack also remains unavailable for selection.
Steven Gerrard ought to set his team up in a 4-3-3 formation in front of veteran goalkeeper Allan McGregor. Connor Goldson is a certain starter at the heart of the defence but Helander’s unavailability opens up a spot for January signing Jack Simpson to make his Old Firm debut on Sunday. James Tavernier and Borna Barisic are undisputed starters in goal and will charge up their respective flanks to offer attacking support relentlessly.