Greece World Cup winger GEORGIOS SAMARAS (9) of Celtic and Rangers’ United States World Cup midfielder MAURICE EDU, who headed goals for both sides against Spanish outfit CF Valencia in the UEFA Champions League this week, battle for the ball in the Old Firm Derby match late last February at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow.
Glasgow clubs CELTIC and RANGERS will renew their intense, intra-city rivalry for the 389th time in the Scottish Premier League on Sunday at Parkhead.
Rangers come into the match having won all eight games in the SPL to start the 2010-11 season and have not lost in a dozen matches involving any competition this campaign.
This, of course, means nothing to Celtic, who also have a 100% record after the first eight rounds of league football this term, in the Old Firm Derby.
OLD FIRM DERBY victories
Celtic v Rangers, all-time
Scottish League —- Rangers 116, Celtic 97, tied 83
Scottish FA Cup —- Celtic 22, Rangers 16, tied 8
Scottish Lge Cup — Rangers 23, Celtic 21, tied 2
TOTAL WINS — Rangers 155, Celtic 140, drawn matches 93