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Sunday’s Old Firm game
Date Sunday, April 15
Time 14:30 BST / 09:30 ET
Brendan Rodgers’ side are hoping to keep their treble hopes alive but Graeme Murty can enhance his chances of staying at Rangers by ending them
Rangers are looking to bring an end to Celtic’s bid for another domestic treble and ensure they have a chance of finishing the season with a trophy when the Glasgow rivals meet in the Scottish Cup semi-finals on Sunday.
Celtic have already sealed the League Cup and are edging closer to winning the Premiership as they sit 13 points ahead of Rangers and Aberdeen, who face Motherwell in the other semi-final.
Graeme Murty’s team gave Celtic a good fight when they met in the league last month but lost 3-2 and have not beaten their city rivals in over six years, but will be desperate to make sure they have something to fight for until the end of the campaign.
Old Firm rivals Celtic and Rangers meet again as the fierce enemies face off in Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final.
Brendan Rodgers has enjoyed remarkable success since taking over as Celtic boss in 2016, and is aiming for what would be an historic second successive domestic treble.
The Northern Irishman has yet to lose in nine Old Firm fixtures during his tenure in Glasgow, winning seven of them – but Rangers would dearly love to dent their rivals’ plans by boosting their own hopes of silverware in the process.
Whats the team news?
Brendan Rodgers has been boosted by the return of Kieran Tierney and Craig Gordon from injury.
Gordon made his return in the 0-0 draw with Dundee last midweek while Kieran Tierney played in the 2-1 win over Hamilton Accies.
Leigh Griffiths continued his comeback with the winning goal at Accies while Patrick Roberts bagged an assist on his return to the starting XI.
As things stand, Brendan Rodgers has no fresh injury concerns ahead of Sunday’s game.
Provisional squad: Gordon, Boyata, Compper, Simunovic, Tierney, Ajer, Gamboa, Brown, Armstrong, Lustig, Ntcham, Roberts, McGregor, Musonda, Rogic, Forrest, Sinclair, De Vries, Bain, Griffiths, Dembele, Edouard, Kouassi, Miller
Andy Halliday could force his way into Graeme Murty’s starting side after an impressive second-half run-out against Dundee.
Kenny Miller and Ross McCrorie both started at Ibrox meeting as they look for a place in the starting XI.
While Josh Windass has handed his manager a major boost after recovering from a calf injury he picked up against Motherwell.
Provisional squad: Foderingham, Tavernier, Hodson, John, Alves, Martin, Cardoso, Goss, Halliday, Holt, Dorrans, Rossiter, McCrorie, Docherty, Cummings, Windass, Morelos, Candeias, Dodoo, Murphy, Herrera, Miller, Alnwick