It's always an occasion when Glasgow's big two meet but there's a huge amount riding on Sunday's Scottish Cup tie.

For visitors Celtic there's one final chance to salvage some pride from a disastrous season by hanging on to the last of their domestic trophies.

Of course the Scottish Cup won't be on the line at Ibrox but winning would make John Kennedy's side heavy favourites as they look to give Scott Brown the send-off he desires.

For Rangers the opportunity is there to twist the knife and truly cement their status as the dominant team in the country.

Steven Gerrard and his team wouldn't have swapped this for the Premiership at the start of the season but with one already in the bag a domestic double would put the cherry on top of a glorious season.

It's sure to be action-packed, and here's what our writers think will happen.

Keith Jackson

Rangers have struggled to maintain the kind of blistering form which carried them to the title but are capable of raising their game for this one. Celtic, on the other hand, are starting to show signs of life again. They have shown in the last two derbies they may have enough left in the locker to edge it.

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Craig Swan

This is the last chance for Celtic to get something out of the season and that might just be the decisive factor. The Parkhead team have looked more like it in recent weeks with Rangers just coming off the relentless pace they have set this season in cruising to the title. John Kennedy’s team might just sneak it.

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Scott Burns

Rangers will come out on top as they seem to have Celtic’s number at this moment in time. The Hoops have been the better team at times but Rangers always seem to dig out the result. I can see Alfredo Morelos coming to the fore again and causing Celtic more headaches.

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Michael Gannon

Celtic’s Old Firm gameplan has worked in the last two clashes but their weakness at set pieces is a major problem against a Rangers side who are superb with dead-ball situations. The Hoops will probably need a couple but can sneak it as the intensity might have dipped with Rangers after the title win.

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Fraser Wilson

The last two meetings have been tight and this cup tie promises to be no different. If James Forrest is fit Celtic will undoubtedly carry extra threat. But even though they’ve stopped leaking goals there’s still a vulnerability to their defence in comparison to Rangers’ and I see the home side edging it again.

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Graeme Young

There's a tangible sense that Celtic have the momentum heading into this game. John Kennedy's measured approach is yielding positive results, that's for sure. But Rangers were drained both physically and emotionally when they headed to Celtic Park last month and the best the hosts could do was earn a point. Expect Celtic to once again demonstrate their qualities but look for Rangers to show the doggedness and resilience that served them so well en route to becoming the earliest Scottish Premiership champions in history. This should be a corker but Steven Gerrard's side will edge it.

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