Having scored ten times in their last two outings away to St Johnstone and at home to Hibernian, Celtic appear to have rediscovered their best form, which had been carelessly misplaced for most of the current campaign.
Archie Knox, who was inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame at Hampden on Sunday evening, was the assistant to Walter Smith when Rangers set a club record of ten consecutive European ties without defeat in 1992/93.
Gabby Agbonlahor has revealed he has turned down offers from the Ladbrokes Premiership, Celtic will today learn the extent of Scott Brown’s injury, and Hearts defender Jimmy Dunne has played down getting in the head by a microphone.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard was not fooled by the three-goal winning margin over Hamilton, admitting that the 4-1 victory at the Hope CBD Stadium “flattered” his side. He also made it clear that their display will not be good enough to have them competing for the title.
Adam Bogdan is confident Hibernian’s season won’t be derailed by conceding four going on six or seven against Celtic. The goalkeeper enjoyed a productive partnership with his goal frame to keep the score down.