BRENDAN RODGERS has suggested that The Rangers need to stop looking over the fence and take a leaf out of Celtic’s book.
Speaking ahead of Sunday’s tie at Ibrox the Irishman admitted he doesn’t bother with what’s happening in Govan and he’s head their bluster before.
“I am not one to look over the fence and see what the neighbour has,” said Rodgers.
“It is irrelevant here. We have to do our own work. They obviously feel really confident but we have been there before when they were going for 55.”
“They’ll want to win,” he said. “It should be a fantastic game because they’re in decent form, even though the goals they’ve scored have come against Championship teams, with all due respect.”