Celtic and Rangers clash at Hampden Park tomorrow in the Scottish League Cup final, and both teams have a lot to play for.
Hoops boss Neil Lennon is more than keen to win a domestic treble this season, while Light Blues manager Steven Gerrard will pull out all the stops in an attempt to stop him.
It has been three trebles in a row for Celtic, and they remain favorites ahead of Sunday’s clash.
Without a doubt, Rangers pose a huge threat to Celtic’s ambition, and Lennon and his bhoys won’t be underestimating them.
BBC pundit and former Hoops striker asked Lennon ahead of the League Cup final:
“Steven Gerrard, what do you think of the job he has done so far?”
But Lennon wasn’t going to pay the Rangers boss any form of compliment, replying:
“Don’t ask me that. It’s not my place to comment on other managers.”
"Don't ask me that. It's not my place to comment on other managers."
Neil Lennon and @chris_sutton73 played in the same Celtic team…
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It’s the first time Rangers will be playing in a cup final since 2011 and the first Old Firm final since 2016 promises to be a huge clash.