Ex-Rangers Manager Mark Warburton has tipped Celtic for the title.

The man who once had a magic hat at Ibrox doesn’t think Rangers have enough to get over the finish line first this year.

Speaking to Sky Sports on The Debate, Waburton said: “I think it’s Celtic for me, I think Rangers will come second, I think between Kilmarnock and Aberdeen for third place.”

It’s nice to know the former Gaffer doesn’t hold out much hope for Gerrard’s Rangers this season.

Warburton was the last Rangers Manager to beat Celtic, back in 2016. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty)

But at least he’s being honest.

Is it Rangers time this season or is Mark Warburton right?

It’s really too early to say. Rangers have a hectic month ahead and proved on Wednesday night that we are prone to the odd horror show.

Sometimes, things don’t click and we don’t show up. If we are to mount a serious challenge, those are the type of games you need to win. Especially at home.

Celtic have a tough one at Kilmarnock today and let’s hope they slip up against Steve Clarke. He’s unbeaten against Brendan Rodgers.

Are Steve Clarke’s Killie also in the mix? (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

But that said, Rangers need to take care of business in a tough trip to Dens Park tomorrow. A familiar old face could stand between us and three points.

Can Rangers rival Celtic for the title? Or will it be the same old story as Mark Warburton predicts?

We’ll know more by the end of December.

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