Celtic claim another old firm win against Rangers

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No Irish TV channels will be showing the clash. You look at the other games worldwide, some of the South American derbies are absolutely phenomenal.

Rodgers, who managed Swansea several times in their South Wales derby with Cardiff, and Liverpool in the Merseyside derby against Everton, admits the Old Firm has more intensity.

And in truth, for 45 minutes the Gers looked as if they were going to at least secure a point.

Rangers will be without their captain Lee Wallace after the full-back picked up a groin injury.

Extra police will be drafted into the local area to quell the threat of disorder when Rangers face Celtic tomorrow.

Neither side could find a breakthrough in the first half but Tom Rogic smashed in a powerful shot to give Celtic the lead before Leigh Griffiths double the visitor's lead with a smart finish from a Patrick Roberts pass.

Kilmarnock are struggling at the bottom of the Premiership and are yet to register their first victory.

"The team that wins is the team that commits less mistakes", Caixinha said.

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On the eve of the first chapter of Glasgow's tribal schism in the current campaign, he returned to the theme, this time twisting the dagger by referring to Rangers' reticence about repeating any such ambition. They had two chances on the counter-attack.

A tough one to call and I suspect it will be tight.

Nothing in either side's form suggests that there is likely to be a reversal of the trend which saw Celtic prevail in five of last season's six meetings.

"It's the second time in a row I've watched this at Ibrox".

The two teams have an incredibly rich history and there have been some truly astounding games in the past. If he doesn't think it's an action to get booked or sent off, it's his decision.

"Credit to the players that they now know that".

Admittedly, Thistle's Chris Erskine was dismissed for an over-the-top challenge midway through the second half, a red card that boss Alan Archibald had no quibbles with come full-time. Alfredo Morelos might have had a penalty, he probably should have scored with a header straight at Craig Gordon just before the hour mark, but there was always a sense that Celtic had another gear to move into, enough know-how to emerge unscathed, and so it transpired. "In fairness to Pedro, for whatever reason he's not liked what he's seen in the group", Rodgers said.

They are working together as a team and are a hard unit to break down.