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How 8 leading pundits see Rangers vs Celtic shaking out as Ally McCoist spots something telling in 'erratic' champs

Jock Stein famously said only a fool would try to predict the scoreline in an Old Firm clash.

But Rangers strike legend Ally McCoist has stuck his neck out to go for a 2-1 victory for his old team at Ibrox - as Kenny Miller, who starred for both clubs, labelled it the biggest derby in more than a DECADE.

It's certainly one of the most eagerly anticipated meetings of the fierce rivals for years with just a point separating them at the top of the Scottish Premiership table, albeit Rangers have a game in hand over the Hoops who have that slender advantage. As the Glasgow giants prepare to go head to head for the 439th time in one of world football's most famous fixtures, we look at what some derby veterans have said about the upcoming clash where once again there will be no visiting fans and Celtic look to make it three wins from three against Rangers this season.

The Rangers strike legend, speaking to talkSPORT BET believes his old club will beat Celtic 2-1 and go on to win the Scottish Premiership by a fine margin in what he has described as a “long overdue” title race.

“Sunday’s Old Firm derby is a coin flip – I don’t think there is anything between the two sides. Rangers were dreadfully unlucky in the last game against Celtic at Ibrox, they had a goal disallowed for nothing and Kyogo Furuhashi scored an absolute wonder goal, which to be fair he has always been more than capable of. The fact that Rangers have the home advantage here will be absolutely vital. Old Firm games are usually massively important, but the next one is more important than ever! If Rangers can win this game then it will be a massive step for them towards lifting the Scottish Premiership title. Celtic’s from has been erratic at times, there’s