Rangers: Steven Gerrard frustration at draw before Celtic test

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Johnstone the lead just before the break but Morelos headed an equaliser in the 65th minute and then found a victor two minutes from the end of normal time. Though, Celtic do have a game in hand.

"We led for the majority of the game and we shot ourselves in the foot by not killing the game off", said Gerrard. There's little doubt Rangers are an improving outfit and look much stronger than the crew that leaked 14 goals in this fixture last season, but punters expect them to come up short again, a chunky [4] available on the Betfair Exchange about local cheer.

Gerrard's men had won just one of their previous four games to fall four points behind their Glasgow rivals with the two sides set to meet at Ibrox on December 29.

"He will miss the Rangers game as far as I am aware". It was a poor performance, we were bad.

The former HJK Helsinki player knows he needs to remain in the Colombian worldwide set-up if he wants to get the work permit he would require to play in England.

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Celtic coach Brendan Rodgers has already voiced his displeasure at the premature call-up and Sutton made his feelings known about the situation. To be fair to the players, they've played with more bravery, more belief, more character and have gone out and played like Rangers players in the second half.

Gerrard brought on Glenn Middleton at half-time and then Kyle Lafferty ten minutes into the second half.

"Any manager would have gotten a reaction out of that". They'll see this as the ideal chance to down their rivals and go into the 2019 winter break with a firm grip of the title race.

Among the people Sutton managed to annoy was also Australia global Erik Paartalu who now plays for Bengaluru FC in the Indian Super League.

He said: "We just have to approach the game as we always do with our own way of working, respect Rangers are a good team, some very good results this year, and we will give them the respect that they deserve, as we do every team, and look to focus on our own game, look to play well and get a win".