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Team News: Rangers Striker Alfredo Morelos will miss Sunday’s Premiership clash against Celtic at Ibrox.

The Colombian striker was sacked early from international duty with a thigh muscle problem and Gers boss Giovanni Van Bronckhorst has confirmed he will miss at least the next two weeks.

Striker Ianis Hagi remains on the sidelines with a long knee injury.

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Highlights of the Scottish Premiership game between Dundee and Rangers

Celtic will have Kyogo Furuhashi available for the first time since the Japanese striker aggravated a hamstring injury on Boxing Day.

Tom Rogic is also in contention after shaking off the blow that forced him to drop out of the Australian squad.

Daizen Maeda also shook off fitness concerns to leave James Forrest the only absentee from the leaders as he nurses a minor leg muscle issue.

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Highlights of the Scottish Premiership match between Celtic and Ross County

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  • Rangers have won each of their last three home league games against Celtic; the Gers have not won four Old Firm home derbies in a row in the league since April 1998.
  • Celtic won the last Scottish Premiership Old Firm derby 3-0 in February, scoring as many goals in that match as their previous six league meetings with Rangers combined (three). The Hoops last won back-to-back league games against Rangers in September 2018 under Brendan Rodgers (series three).
  • Celtic’s last away win against reigning top-flight champions Scotland was in January 2011, a 2–0 victory over Rangers under Neil Lennon; Celtic have lost each of their last three visits to Ibrox to Rangers while Gers were holders.
  • This will be Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s first home derby as Rangers manager; three of the last four Rangers managers to face Celtic at home in the league have lost their first such game, the only exception being last boss Steven Gerrard, who won his first in December 2018.
  • Rangers remain unbeaten in their last 35 home league matches (W31 D4) since a 0-1 loss to Hamilton in March 2020.
  • Celtic are unbeaten in their last 25 league matches (W21 D4), including 13 away (W11 D2). It is the club’s longest unbeaten league run since they went 56 unbeaten from May 2016 to December 2017.
  • Aaron Ramsey scored on his first league start for Rangers against Dundee last time out. The last player to score in his first two Scottish Premiership starts for the club was Jermain Defoe in February 2019, while the last player to score in his first Old Firm league derby appearance for Rangers was Joe Garner in September 2016.
  • Reo Hatate was directly involved in all three of Celtic’s goals against Rangers in their 3-0 win over them in February (two goals, one assist); the last Celtic player to score in his first two Scottish Premiership Old Firm derbies for the club was Odsonne Édouard in April 2018.

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