Scottish champions Rangers host Old Firm rivals Celtic this weekend.
Steven Gerrard’s Rangers ended Celtic’s Scottish Premiership dominance earlier this season when they clinched their first title since 2011.
The Gers will want to rubber stamp their superb season with another win over their oldest rivals.
And Celtic will of course be looking for revenge as they build towards trying to reclaim the league crown next term.
This will be Hoops captain Scott Brown’s last Old Firm game before he joins Aberdeen as player/assistant this summer.
Rangers v Celtic: How to watch
This match will be held at Ibrox on Sunday, May 2 and will kick-off at 12pm.
The game is being broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football from 11am.
Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.
If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £9.99.
Rangers v Celtic: Team news
Rangers: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Simpson, Barisic, Aribo,
Davis, Kamara, Roofe, Morelos, Kent. Subs: Hagi, Defoe, Itten,
Wright, Stewart, McLaughlin, King.
Celtic: Bain, Kenny, Welsh, Ajer, Taylor, Brown, McGregor,
Forrest, Turnbull, Elyounoussi, Edouard. Subs: Barkas, Bitton,
Griffiths, Ajeti, Soro, Christie, Johnston, Ralston, Laxalt.
Referee: Nick Walsh (Scotland)
Rangers v Celtic: What has been said?
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard: “I think unique is the right word to describe this season.
“Obviously it is an early stage to win the title and the challenge from there is to try and keep the players motivated all the way until the end.
“The good thing is that there are still some things that we want to achieve.
“We want to try and set a clean-sheet record if we can, we want to try and remain unbeaten.
“From my personal point of view, I want to try and keep the players as motivated as I can to try and finish the season as strong as we can.
“But it is a unique situation to win the league on March 7. Naturally there will be certain players that just come away from where they were previous to that, because everyone was in such a zone and so focused to get the club over the line because what we were trying to achieve was so important.
“We won’t be going into any game looking for draws or trying to scrape through so we can stay unbeaten.
“We want to keep as many clean sheets as we can and win the three games. If we do we can surpass 100 points. Those are the small little targets that I want to set the team, so we will go and try to win all the games remaining.”