We’re just hours away from Rangers’ massive Scottish Cup semi-final clash with Celtic and excitement is mounting for what should be a classic tussle between the two sides.
League encounters between the two are usually tense enough affairs, but with the addition of knockout football and a neutral stadium, it takes the fixture to new heights for both sets of fans and neutrals watching on.
The Light Blues are undoubtedly the underdogs heading into the match and if they’re to get a result then Graeme Murty must get his team selection spot on.
One decision he has to make is whether to start Kenny Miller or not.
The veteran forward hasn’t had much action recently and has only scored five times this season, but returned to the starting eleven last week against Dundee and found the net.
He also has an impeccable record against the Hoops, scoring 10 goals in 18 derby appearances for the Gers.
Earlier this week we asked fans whether Murty should turn to the 38-year-old or not and the results were clear, with 64% believing he should start at Hampden.
Check out the full results of the poll below…