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MessagePosté le: Jeu 8 Mar - 12:08 (2018)    Sujet du message: Old Firm derby: Win or bust for Rangers against Premiership Répondre en citant

sbo333 Is Sunday's Old Firm derby a must-win for Rangers in their pursuit of Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic? Charles Paterson previews the crucial encounter, which is live on Sky Sports Football.


An audible cheer rang out from the home dressing room at Ibrox on Sunday evening, a few seconds after Rangers were drawn out of the pot to face Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-finals. When manager Graeme Murty, sitting in the Sky Sports studio at the time, was informed of this reaction, a rueful grin spread across his face.


While he might have privately hoped to avoid such a draw, Murty has acknowledged that his players' enthusiastic response signifies a change in attitude and belief amongst the Rangers squad.


That semi-final takes place at Hampden Park next month; before then, Rangers and Celtic meet this Sunday at Ibrox in the third Old Firm league fixture of the season - live on Sky Sports Football. The stakes are high - a win for the home side will reduce the gap between the sides to three points, but victory for Brendan Rodgers' champions, who have a game in hand, would effectively seal a seventh successive league title.


For the first time since Rodgers arrived in Glasgow, Rangers are matching Celtic for form heading into a derby. Since the sides drew at Celtic Park shortly before New Year, Murty's men have won nine of 10 games, while Celtic have won eight of 11 (including a Europa defeat to Zenit St Petersburg). In that time, Rangers have scored 33 goals, and conceded nine; Celtic have scored 20, and conceded eight. Statistics barely separate them; what may decide Sunday's clash is confidence, momentum and big-game experience. sbo333


Rangers' players appear to be brimming with self-belief, playing with a positive intent that's reaping rewards in the results that follow. January's recruitment drive has bolstered Murty's options, while providing a shot in the arm for those players already in situ. Jamie Murphy, Russell Martin, Jason Cummings and Sean Goss have all made an impact since arriving in the transfer window, while the form of James Tavernier, David Bates and Josh Windass has picked up significantly. Windass, in particular, is in the best goal-scoring form of his career - 10 goals in eight matches, including two hat-tricks, mark him as a vital player for Rangers on Sunday.


By contrast Celtic have, at times, given off a perception of a team doing just enough to keep their domestic rivals at arm's length. Having set an extraordinary standard last season in terms of performance and results, there have only been flickers of that this time around. Injuries have blighted the squad across the team. Many of last year's outstanding performers, including Scott Sinclair and Moussa Dembele, have not shone as brightly as they did a year ago, although Dembele appears to be returning to form. January's two big signings, Charly Musonda and Marvin Compper, have struggled for game-time. And yet - Celtic remain on course for a second successive treble.


The debate this week is whether Celtic have stagnated, or if Rangers have improved, to the extent that the gap between the two sides has closed, and whether that will impact on Sunday's result. For the first time for what seems an age prior to an Old Firm league game, Celtic appear to be looking over their shoulders. sbo333


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sbobet789 Jamie Redknapp admits Manchester United's style of play leaves him cold - and says their big-name players are not working in Jose Mourinho's system. United made sure of second place in the Premier League with a point at West Ham but they produced another uninspiring attacking display as they toiled in the London Stadium stalemate. Redknapp was left unimpressed by a display low on "fluidity and joy" and declared them a "long way off" rivals and champions Manchester City.

Speaking from the Sky Sports studio after the stalemate, Redknapp said: "You'd normally say finishing second and reaching the FA Cup final, would be great but when you look at the money they've spent in the last few years and watch how they play... "United fans have been blessed watching some great sides but it's hard to watch this United side. There's not a lot of joy in their play. I still think (Jose's) searching for something when you look at the teams and systems. "The big-name players have not really worked for Jose. Whether they'd work for another manager, I don't know, but they're not working for Jose. He's questioned the mentality of his team often. sbobet789

"I think they're a long, long way off from competing with Manchester City, if I'm honest. It feels like when Jose went to Real Madrid and had to find a different way to compete with Barcelona and disrupt them. "At the moment, when I look at United, I don't enjoy watching them. There's not much fluidity, not much enjoyment. It's difficult to watch." Teddy Sheringham won three Premier League titles and the Champions League with Manchester United and echoed Redknapp as he compared Mourinho's "strategic" style with the self-assuredness of the side masterminded by Sir Alex Ferguson. 

"It's more silverware under Jose Mourinho - that's what they brought him in for - but I don't think anyone can be that impressed with the way they've gone about it, especially again tonight," Sheringham - who also spent three seasons at West Ham - said. "It's the point they wanted but it's not really what you expect from Man Utd, going forward and forcing the issue. "There's an FA Cup final between Manchester United and Chelsea to come but while you'd always expect humdinger between those sides, you know Jose is going to try and win the game in a strategic manner, not in the way Sir Alex would have approached it, saying: 'Show them what you can do, put them under pressure and they'll crack with our intense football'. "It's not like that with Jose. You're breaking down teams and it's not easy on the eye." sbobet789
 


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