Celtic and Rangers renew their fierce rivalry on Sunday as the two Glasgow giants clash in a Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden Park.
You can follow all the last-four action from Hampden Park with Sportsmail’s NATHAN SALT. Kick-off is at 2.30pm GMT.
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As with all the Old Firm derby games, local police are taking nothing for granted as they make their presence known outside of Hampden Park.
From the steps at Mount Florida station to the turnstiles, fans will not be given an inch for trouble.
This is your 30-minute warning. You do not want to miss this one.
Brendan Rodgers is all smiles and he will know victory this afternoon would give his players a real chance of securing consecutive trebles.
Will Rangers rip up the Bhoys script at Hampden?
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GRAHAM SWANN Motherwell booked their place in the Scottish Cup final after demolishing woeful Aberdeen 3-0 at Hampden.
Stephen Robinson’s men capitalised on some dire Dons defending to net twice within the space of as many first-half minutes thanks to lethal strike duo Curtis Main and Ryan Bowman.
Main struck again just after the hour mark to ensure the Steelmen will return to Scotland’s national stadium once again on May 19 for the showpiece final against either Celtic or Rangers, who meet in tomorrow’s other semi-final.
Rangers go into the semi-final contest as underdogs but will know they have the players to trouble Celtic if the Bhoys have an off afternoon.
GRAEME CROSER Brendan Rodgers repeatedly warns his players against complacency and, to that end, the Celtic manager has put his team through penalty practice ahead of Sunday’s William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final showdown with Rangers.
Although yet to taste defeat in nine matches against the team from Ibrox, Rodgers insists he is prepared for every eventuality at Hampden on Sunday afternoon.
Celtic lost the 2016 semi-final to Rangers on penalty kicks under his predecessor Ronny Deila and Rodgers wants his players to feel comfortable stepping forward if they are subjected to another shoot-out on Sunday.
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Big opportunity for Graeme Murty’s side this afternoon as they look to end Celtic’s hopes of doing consecutive domestic trebles. One change to the Gers for this cup semi-final…
????TEAM NEWS Graeme Murty has made one change to his side for today’s @ScottishCup semi-final at Hampden as Andy Halliday returns to the Gers starting eleven.?? Full Team News https//t.co/7RX4t0ztWG pic.twitter.com/oExGZNSYnC
First things first, let’s take a look at how the two sides line-up this afternoon at the national stadium, starting with Celtic.
Brendan Rodgers sticking to his reliable 4-2-3-1 once again…
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Good afternoon! If your Sunday has been a rather tame affair so far, it is about to heat up considerably with Celtic and Rangers going head to head at Hampden.
There’s always drama, always aggression and always goals. This should be a cracker.
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