STREAM LIVE >> Celtic vs Rangers Live Stream Scottish Premiership 2021 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

STREAM LIVE >> Celtic vs Rangers Live Stream Scottish Premiership 2021 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

The champions will be playing at Celtic Park on Sunday but sadly for the hosts the title is now not theirs to celebrate.

A goalless draw away at Dundee United on March 7 dethroned the Hoops as champions for the first time in a decade, ending their hopes of winning 10 titles in a row, with their Glaswegian rivals reclaiming the crown as Scotland’s finest a bitter pill to swallow.

Watching Rangers cruise 20 points clear at the top of the table will have been tough for Celtic to take, but John Kennedy’s side now need to dust themselves down,

and they should view this encounter as the perfect opportunity to not only end Rangers’s 32-game unbeaten league run but to also make a real statement ahead of next season.

The Hoops have lost each of their last three league meetings with the Gers, their worst losing run against them since a run of four games between March 2007 and March 2008 under former boss Gordon Strachan.

Celtic’s two games against Rangers in the league this season also saw them fail to score; never in their history have the Hoops failed to register against Rangers for an entire Scottish Premiership campaign.

Even though the 2020-21 season will be remembered as the year Rangers reached the summit, victory on Sunday would be a small positive to take from what has been a disappointing league campaign.

Steven Gerrard’s hopes of a league and European cup double were ended in dramatic fashion on Thursday night as Rangers crashed out of the Europa League to Slavia Prague, losing 2-0 at Ibrox and 3-1 on aggregate.

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After Peter Olayinka gave the visitors a 17th-minute lead, the home side’s mission was made even harder when both Kemar Roofe and Leon Balogun were shown

second-half red cards, reducing the Gers to nine men, before Nicolae Stanciu scored his second of the tie to send the Czech Republic outfit through to the quarter-finals.

A bad-tempered game was overshadowed in the closing stages, with Glen Kamara claiming that he was racially abused by Slavia’s Ondrej Kudela, drawing a furious reaction from the Rangers players before the officials could restore calm

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