It's that time again in Scottish Football. The Old Firm derby has come around for the third time this season with this clash coming in the 5th Round of the Scottish Cup.
It could be the third of potentially SEVEN meetings between the two this season.
But it does not make it less important.
This time round, the confidence is coming from the green-quarter of Glasgow with Celtic fans believing that they will leave Ibrox with another victory. That opinion tends to be shared by the majority of Scotland's pathetic "pundits" and "experts" who have hardly offered any insight into how Celtic are their choice for this game except for the usual tag of playing such 'wonderful, expansive, Barcelona-style football'. We've heard it all before.
The other three-quarters of Glasgow are quietly looking forward to this game and snatching the bragging rights following the debacle of January 2nd. Something which has been pretty much ignored is that the best striker in Scotland by an absolute country mile is back in for Rangers this weekend to make his Old Firm debut.
If Jelavic had been fit on the 2nd, it would have been an entirely different story.
We are in stronger position to the start of the month despite losing three players and bringing in three during the window. Senegalese International El-Hadji Diouf joined the club on loan from Blackburn and all eyes will be on the new signing come Sunday.
You better believe it, Brown, Kayal, Ledley and Stokes will be doing their best to make Diouf lose his temper.
It might be the Scottish Cup but it is still a game that requires 100% commitment and a desire to win. More importantly, this will be the last potential final Smith could be involved in before calling it a day in the summer - we just have to make sure that it is HIS final.
The last derby game was tough to stomach. The sight of that mob inside Ibrox is hard to take in the first place but the reactions of Celtic at the end of the game just really showed them up for the team they are.
According to the media, Rangers don't stand a chance and we'd be aswell not turning up on Sunday against this team comparable to Barcelona.
It's time to show guts again Rangers.
Man-for-man YOU are a better team than Celtic.
This is our game.
This is our city.
Only 100% and a win will do.
Just do it Rangers!