Three reasons Joe Dodoo must start at vs. Celtic instead of McKay
Having been on the end of plenty of derby defeats already this season, some Rangers fans won’t be looking forward to Sunday’s match with Celtic too much. The Hoops have won three of the four meetings between the two sides so far this season, with the other being a draw.
However, Rangers have arguably at their best as the underdogs in recent years, coping better when they have to beat expectations rather than meet them.
That underdog status is certainly with them this weekend. Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic still haven’t been defeated in domestic football this season and they appear to be highly motivated to pick up a domestic treble of trophies in his first term as boss.
In order to defeat the Scottish Premiership champions, the Light Blues will need to be firing on all cylinders and central to that is Pedro Caixinha ensuring he has the right XI on the pitch in the first place.
For us, there’s one man who’s not been getting a regular start this season that is due a chance from the start; Joe Dodoo. He’s only had three starts since his arrival last summer and hasn’t featured in a first XI since way back in November.
Here are three reasons why this forgotten man must return on the left hand side of the Rangers attack…