Rangers are set to welcome Celtic to Ibrox on Sunday afternoon in the latest instalment of the Old Firm.

The giants have been drawn to meet each other in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup, with the winners tipped to go all the way.

Steven Gerrard will be struck between the want to rotate and name some of his strongest players in this heated rivalry, the fourth of the season.


With this in mind, Allan McGregor will continue in-between the sticks with his performances special this season, especially in the Old Firms.

The back four has injury problems, with Borna Barisic, Filip Helander, Conor Goldson and Nathan Patterson set to keep their spots in defence.

James Tavernier is facing a race against time for his fitness, and we believe it wouldn’t be smart to risk him in such a big game.


There aren’t many defensive options in midfield either, with Glen Kamara and Steven Davis the two ever-present players in this formula.

Joe Aribo will be given the nod ahead of Ianis Hagi, with the Romanian not being in the best of form since the last international break.

We are predicting one huge change in the front three.

Scott Wright was sensational against Cove in the previous round, and he will be raring to go in this massive spectacle, especially after missing out against Hibernian.


One player who didn’t have the best of times in the 2-1 win over Hibs was Kemar Roofe, and this new role at the side of Alfredo Morelos isn’t working, and Wright should come in.

Ryan Kent and Morelos will complete the front three, with Gerrard expected to throw out one of his strongest sides to charge towards a domestic double.

Here’s how we expect them to line up…

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