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Rangers need their own Kyogo to step up and sink Celtic as ex Ibrox hero reveals summer exit fears over 2 stars

Kenny Miller has urged Rangers' attacking stars to stamp their authority on the Old Firm derby in the same way Kyogo has done for Celtic.

The Japanese star enjoys playing against Gers and has developed a habit of finding the net and making the difference when it really matters. Kyogo is chasing his EIGHTH derby goal this weekend when Brendan Rodgers takes his team to Ibrox for the biggest clash of Glasgow's big two in years. The Hoops can extend their lead at the top to four points, while Philippe Clement's side can leapfrog them into top spot while still having a game in hand.

To do so, Miller has called on the likes of Cyriel Dessers, Fabio Silva and Todd Cantwell to do the damage. He reckons only really captain James Tavernier has truly turned up against the Hoops in recent games, and wants one of them to go and make themselves a derby hero in the same way Kyogo has done across the city.

Miller exclusively told Ladbrokes Fanzone: "It's interesting how the first two games have panned out between these two this season, because for all their dominance at 2-0 last time they met, as soon as Rangers went down to 10-men, and then scored to make it 2-1, it was Celtic who were on the back foot and Rangers all of a sudden looked the more likely to get the next goal of the game, which didn't come in the end. But this weekend isn't going to be any different; big players deliver in the big moments, so it's a case of who steps up and delivers.

"Celtic have Kyogo who has proven himself regularly in this fixture, as well as McGregor if he's fit... but for Rangers, the only one who I've seen really step up in this game has been James Tavernier. Rangers really need someone else to step up, and I'm looking at the likes of John