Rangers have certainly enjoyed the better of the recent history between these sides. They have won four of their five home games against Celtic under Gerrard; keeping a clean sheet in each of the victories.
Interim boss John Kennedy also makes just a couple of alterations from Celtic’s 1-1 draw with Aberdeen last week. James Forrest and Kristoffer Ajer are fit to start, with Nir Bitton and Ryan Christie dropping to the bench. Albian Ajeti and Mikey Johnston are also back from injury and take their place among the substitutes, as Scott Brown plays his final Old Firm derby.
Steven Gerrard makes two changes from Rangers’ Scottish Cup quarter-final defeat by St Johnstone last weekend. Jack Simpson makes his Old Firm debut in the heart of defence, and there is also a recall for Kemar Roofe. Filip Helander and Scott Arfield have been ruled out for the rest of the season, while Leon Balogun, Ryan Jack and Nikola Katic are also unavailable.
SUBS: Vasilis Barkas, Anthony Ralston, Diego Laxalt, Nir Bitton, Ismaila Soro, Ryan Christie, Mikey Johnston, Leigh Griffiths, Albian Ajeti.
CELTIC (4-2-3-1): Scott Bain; Jonjoe Kenny, Stephen Welsh, Kristoffer Ajer, Greg Taylor; Scott Brown, Callum McGregor; James Forrest, David Turnbull, Mohamed Elyounoussi; Odsonne Edouard.
SUBS: Jon McLaughlin, Leon King, Ianis Hagi, Jermain Defoe, Cedric Itten, Scott Wright, Greg Stewart.
RANGERS (4-3-3): Allan McGregor; James Tavernier, Connor Goldson, Jack Simpson, Borna Barisic; Joe Aribo, Steven Davis, Glen Kamara; Kemar Roofe, Alfredo Morelos, Ryan Kent.
Runaway champions Rangers are looking to keep their unbeaten league record intact and remain on course to become only the second team in Scottish Premiership history to complete an entire season without defeat.
Hello everyone and welcome to live text coverage of the final Old Firm derby of the Scottish Premiership season as Rangers and Celtic lock horns at Ibrox.