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The Reigning champions Celtic will travel across the city where they’ll be hosted by their rivals Rangers at Ibrox. Can the hosts get the upper hand and overtake the Hoops
The Gers booked their place for the Europa League group stages in dramatic fashion, as Alfredo Morelos’ 91st-minute strike was all that separated the sides over the 2 legs.
It wasn’t the most chance-filled game of their season, but the hosts will have felt unlucky not to score sooner.
Morelos had a few opportunities to put his side ahead, but the Colombian was lacking accuracy.
The game was stopped deep into the second-half as Legia Warsaw fans set off a few flares and reducing visibility to 0.
But despite their best efforts at the disrupting the game, Rangers proved to be the better side in the end.Jordan Jones’ perfect cross was placed just between the 2 Legia centre-backs for Morelos to calmly header in, sending Ibrox into ecstasy.
Celtic also booked their place in the Europa League on Thursday, although the Hoops did so in a more emphatic manner.
Neil Lennon’s side had to travel to Stockholm for their second-leg after securing a 2-0 in at home to AIK.
The hosts came out fighting and looked like the better team for the opening minutes
but as the game went on Celtic took control, with James Forrest scoring the first of the night in the 17th minute.
It was a fairly even match from that point onward, although AIK were injected with a huge dose of confidence after converting a penalty in the 33rd minute.
Celtic would be quick to douse that fire after a brilliant run by Mikey Johnston saw Celtic double their tally just a minute later.
AIK then dropped off for the remainder of the game, and the Hoops managed to snatch another 2 late goals, thanks to Christopher Jullien and Lewis Morgan.
Both teams will go into this game full of confidence. Rangers’ late win will be matched by Celtic regaining their form
after doubts were cast following their exit from the Champions League qualifiers.
The hosts will have all their stands open this time around, which could also give the team an extra boost should they need it
but Celtic have proven in the past- although not last season- that Ibrox doesn’t faze them in the slightest.
This game could also bring about a shift in the league leader, although the only way for Rangers to overtake their opponents is by beating them.
It’s a very hard game to call because both sides have started the season off in near-equal form, and not much separates them.
Rangers have won all of their last 5 home games, keeping a clean sheet on 3 occasions whilst also scoring an impressive 13 goals.
But Celtic’s away form is just as good, with the Hoops winning 4 of their last 5 outings, albeit conceding in 4 of those matches
And Rangers continued their phenomenal unbeaten run of games during the week when they defeated Legia Warsaw on Thursday.