'I only see one outcome' - Former Ger bullishly predicts more Ibrox success over Celtic
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Former Rangers player sees 'only one outcome' against Celtic

Andy Little has previewed Sunday’s Old Firm alongside Tom Miller, on the Official Rangers Podcast.
The Gers take on Celtic for the fourth and final time this season and are looking to level the head-to-head at two apiece.

Gerrard and Lennon go head to head once more at the weekend. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Last time round at Ibrox, Gerrard’s men emerged 1-0 victors.
A Ryan Jack goal was enough that day, and Little is highly confident we will see a repeat result at the weekend.
“Definitely, that belief that they’ve done it before and they’ll do it again,” he said on the Official Rangers Podcast when asked whether or not December’s result will bring added confidence. “I’ve no doubt about that, they will.”

“I really think the team are playing some of the best football they’ve played all season, at the minute. The midfield are really dominating every single game and I think, as we know, the fans will get behind them come Sunday.
“I think, with a strong start, I only see one outcome.”
“If they take the game by the scruff of the neck, I think they have a really really good chance.”

Ryan Jack was the unlikely hero back in December. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)


It’s good to see a former player come out with such positive words in the build-up to the derby.
Little was co-commentator for last weekend’s win over Hibernian at Ibrox, which was probably Rangers’ most lacklustre display in recent times.
However, he’s looking beyond that to the five-match winning streak and improvements in other areas when making his pre-match prediction.
It’s difficult to argue with the assertion that if Rangers turn up, there’s no reason why we can’t see a repeat of December’s triumph.
Celtic won the title at a canter in the end, but when it comes to head-to-head’s the gap has closed decidedly.
Here’s our predicted XI for Sunday’s clash.

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