CELTIC are heading into the SPFL showdown with The Rangers on Saturday in good shape after their 4-3 win at Pittodrie on Wednesday.
The Bhoys overcame adversity in Aberdeen to get all three points from the Dons.
For the Ibrox side, it was two points dropped at the death when Neil Lennon’s side grabbed a late equaliser in Govan.
With the end of year fixture in sight, we’ve had a busy day on the news front.
Celtic issued information to their travelling support for Ibrox. The 750 fans will come from the away support Car Park and walked into the stadium surrounded by Police.
The full details are below.
Tom Rogic finally broke his silence in the club versus country row and expressed his disappointment at not being able to play a part in the Glasgow Derby this weekend.
Tom is heading to Dubai to meet up with his Australian teammates for the Asia Cup which kicks off early January.
Lawrence Shankland was a guest on BBC Sportsound this week and was asked about a potential move to Glasgow to both Celtic and The Rangers. Shankland was undoubtedly leaning more towards The Rangers than the Scottish Champions with the player a fan of the Ibrox club.
Celtic fans will find out Friday afternoon if Kieran Tierney is likely to play any part of the game at Ibrox. The defender has been missing since the Salzburg game with a hip injury and although Brendan Rodgers told fans the left-back would return for the final two games of the year – it seems there has been complications.