Three things Pedro Caixinha must do if Rangers are to have a chance of beating Celtic
Rangers host Celtic on Saturday knowing that they face a massive task if they’re to come out of the match with all three points. With the Hoops still undefeated in Scottish football since Brendan Rodgers came to the club, they’ve never visited Ibrox with as much expectation to really punish the Light Blues.
Pedro Caixinha’s task when he came into the club was to the close the gap on Celtic and after last season’s 5-1 drubbing in Govan, he needs to show that his team has what it takes to at least compete against their city rivals, even if they don’t come away with the win.
That, coupled with the fact they’ve been inconsistent in the league this season anyway, means he’s under significant pressure and he simply must get his team selection and tactics right for Saturday’s fixture. He has defensive headaches with Bruno Alves and Lee Wallace ruled out and must also find the right blend in the final third.
These are the three things the Portuguese must do if his side are to have any hope of competing with Celtic…