BRENDAN RODGERS has taken a cheeky little dig at The Rangers ahead of Sunday’s tie at Ibrox by suggesting that even though Celtic have had great success in Govan, they will go there with humility.
This is in stark contrast to the hyperbolic nature of the Ibrox sides approach after winning a few games in a row, who seem to be getting ahead of themselves.
“They have had some good results and one thing that they have got that they been searching for, certainly in my time up here, has been consistency.
“They have players who know what it means to play for Rangers and be in and around it and they have got some spirit now.”
However, Rodgers believes they are beatable and watched the recent Hibs visit to Ibrox where Neil Lennon’s men beat Murty’s side.
“I watched the Rangers versus Hibs game and Hibs played very well and with real tempo and intensity in their game. We have been there three times and won three times and won well.
“We’ll go there next week with that same humility and same work ethic to get a result.”