Ex-Celtic striker Chris Sutton has refused to pick a winner between his former club and Rangers as the two Glasgow rivals face off at Ibrox this afternoon.
The BT Sport pundit says both teams are very strong and he believes the game is just too close to call to determine who will come out on top:
“It’s like back to my playing days at Celtic. We were strong. Rangers were strong. The games were tough to call and could come down to a moment of inspiration or madness. It’s looking like that again and picking a winner is almost impossible.”
With Rangers having lost one of their key players, Alfredo Morelos, ahead of the game, it does level out the fact that they have home advantage.
You can look at the recent performances of both sides to gauge which team is playing better, and on that front, you would have to back Ange Postecoglou’s team.
However, with derbies, the form book does go out of the window and, as Sutton points out, the game will be won on the finest margins. A mistake, a poor refereeing decision or a moment of brilliance could be what decides things, but we shall see how it all plays out.