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Rangers must be sh***ing themselves for Old Firm clash - Sutton

Rangers must be sh***ing themselves for Old Firm clash - Sutton

The Frenchman is back with the club as a youth coach but is also in the record books as the man who netted the 400th league goal scored by Rangers against Celtic, in a 2-0 away win in 2005.

McGeady told The Times: "I thought in their last game Celtic would wipe the floor with Rangers but they didn't and for me, Rangers were the better team".

"I don't think it's overconfidence", he said. "It's a game that excites us".

"Handling pressure is something we have done really well historically at this football club".

A Rangers win would inevitably improve Murty's chances of moving from interim manager to a permanent appointment.

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Murty has had several injury doubts in the build-up to the third meeting of the season with their city rivals - Declan John, Russell Martin, Jamie Murphy and Lee Wallace have all been battling to recover full fitness.

"I think the players will be well, well up for it", he said in a video on the Herald Scotland.

The 21-year-old Colombian failed to take two fine chances in the most recent Old Firm collision, the goalless draw at Celtic Park on December 30, and looked far from gruntled at having no share in the plunder offered by the Falkirk defence.

"It will be a tough game for us at Ibrox, of course, but we'll get ready".

'It doesn't need anything from me.

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Rangers have faced Celtic twice in the league in the current campaign, losing once and drawing the other.

'What we have to do is make sure these games are meaningful between now and the end of the season'. "That is a real positive for us as a football club".

"He has been training for a few weeks but has been unfortunate that he hasn't been able to get into any of the games".

"The motivation for Celtic should come from the fact they've not been very good this season and it's about time they did something about it".

Murty remains bemused by talk of "title noise" from within Ibrox, insisting Rangers have been careful to avoid any rash statements.

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"In these types of games, form doesn't really matter as they bring out a different emotion in the players and emotion from the stands".