The Glasgow Derby is just five days away and as the week progresses the build-up will ramp up ahead of a tie where Celtic could go thirteen points clear at the top of the table.
The game has been sold out for over a month as 60,000 Celtic fans get set to support their side on to victory in the derby under Neil Lennon.
One man who has declared he will be in the stands with the rest of the supporters is former Celtic striker John Hartson who says you can’t beat being in the crowd for days like Sunday.
John Hartson: Derby days in the stands can't be beaten – I'll be there on Sunday https://t.co/n78WKdsSzE
— John Hartson (@JohnHartson10) March 26, 2019
John was a constant tormentor of the old Rangers before they went bust back in 2012 and he enjoys watching Celtic beat the new Ibrox club and is hoping for a top result for Neil Lennon’s derby homecoming.
During his spell at Hibs, Neil Lennon got some very impressive results against the Ibrox club and his famous aeroplane celebration was at the end of last season when his Hibs side scored a 93 minute equaliser at Easter Road.
John will be hoping his old team-mate does the business.