A Full Strength Celtic for Ibrox Dead Rubber

The last Glasgow Derby of the season takes place at Ibrox tomorrow, and although meaningless, bragging rights are of course up for grabs, so too is the chance to pile on some more agony.

So although nothing too important is at stake, as always in these games it will be a highly contested affair. That’s why we can knock on the head any notion of a ‘weakened’ Celtic side lining up at Ibrox. The strongest starting XI available will be picked, make no mistake.

Ange Postecoglou and his Celtic players will want to finish on as high a points total as possible and will want to keep the winning momentum going. silencing a packed Ibrox will also be high on the agenda. theRangers of course will be looking to beat Celtic for the first time this campaign and give their success starved support something to smile about, even if it’s only a mere consolation.

It’s not in the Celtic manager’s DNA to take it easy, as Ange says, we never stop, and don’t expect that to change tomorrow.

JustAnOrdinaryBhoy – follow on Twitter @ordinarybhoy

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1 Comment

  1. RPM Celticfan on

    Anyone else concerned about some hun thug trying to cripple one of our players ( most likely Kyogo ) out of the cup final ?