|Scottish Premiership: Rangers v Celtic|
|Venue: Ibrox Date: Saturday, 29 December Kickoff: 12:30 GMT|
|Coverage: Tune in to BBC Radio Scotland, follow live text commentary, plus report and reaction on the BBC Sport website|
Rangers sponsor Celtic in the last Old Firm match of 2018 and we asked you to pick up your starting XI.
Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic currently sit high in this Premiership table, together with Steven Gerrard’s side needing a four-goal winning margin to knock on them from their perch.
Celtic have been on top in recent years in this fixture – Rodgers has won on all visits to Ibrox – and the Scottish champions have lasted that dominance in our group selector effects.
With a 442 formation evidenced by the huge bulk of you, the Parkhead club contain the jersey eight of the 11 starting positions, using just Allan McGregor, James Tavernier along with Alfredo Morelos constituting for Saturday’s hosts.
The Rangers goal keeper claimed 59% of the vote to find the nod in front of Craig Gordon, with the 36-year-old keeping 1-5 wash sheets so much this term for club and country.
An all-Celtic midfield dominates but surprisingly there is not any room to get man-of-the-moment Ryan Christie, who was narrowly edged out by Scott Sinclair.
The player with the majority of votes in the one position was Kieran Tierney, who promised 76 percent of their leftback vote.
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