BRENDAN RODGERS is convinced Celtic will have the answers to any problems Sevco Rangers may pose at Parkhead this afternoon.
The Premiership pacesetters have gone 34 domestic games unbeaten since the start of the season – and are 33 points in front of the third-placed Ibrox outfit after winning 26 of their 27 league games.
Celtic have beaten the Govan side three times already and won 5-1 when the teams met in the league at Parkhead in September.
Graeme Murty will be in charge of the visitors before Portuguese coach Pedro Caixinha takes over as manager tomorrow.
Rodgers said: “What my team has shown as they have gone through the season, is that they can win all types of games.
“We can win a footballing game, we can win games when it is a battle and we can win games when teams are sat in, defending deep.
“We will find a way to get through.
“If the game is stretched and open, we have the power, speed and pace in the team to exploit.
“Last week, when we weren’t anywhere near our level in the first-half, we showed in the second-half that we can turn the screw and put in a better performance.
“So, it is a team that is improving all the time.
“There are still lots of improvements to make, but we have shown that whether it is Rangers (sic) or any other opponents domestically, we find answers.
“I have enjoyed all the games up here managing Celtic, but, of course, the Celtic versus Rangers (sic) game is well renowned throughout the world as one of the great derby games if not THE greatest derby game.
“It is a real intense affair. The supporters are very passionate and, of course, the Celtic Park game was a great start, that being the first one for me.
“So, if we can play to that level and play to how we have been for most of the season, then we hope that can get us a result.”