It’s the first time the referee will officiate a senior encounter between the two Glasgow rivals.
Celtic are looking to take one step closer to the title. They are only seven points short of reaching their goal, a total which could drop to as low as four depending on Aberdeen’s result on Saturday.
Brendan Rodgers’ side remain unbeaten in domestic football and have dropped only two points the entire league season.
Rangers, meanwhile, will be looking for victory to try and keep pace with Aberdeen in the fight for second. The Ibrox side will also try to avoid being officially eliminated by the title race at the their home of the champions-elect.
Interim boss Graeme Murty will likely remain in charge of the visitors for the fixture. Reports today suggest talks have stalled on the deal to bring Portuguese coach Pedro Caixinha in as new manager.