Rangers striker sends a strong message to Celtic ahead of Scottish Cup tie

Rangers will take on Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-finals.

Rangers striker Kenny Miller has told the club’s official website that he and his teammate are not scared to face Celtic in the Scottish Cup.

The Gers and the Bhoys have been drawn against each other in the semi-finals of the prestigious cup competition.

Miller, who has played for Celtic in his career, is confident that Rangers will get the better of the Scottish Premiership outfit.

“There was every chance we were going to get them at some point, and as we said after the game yesterday, we don’t fear anyone,” the Scottish striker told Rangers’ official website.

“Whoever we drew was just going to be standing in the way of our goal which is to win the Scottish Cup, and I’ve said all along, we have to get past Celtic if we want to win it.

“It will be a tough game as all the games are, but I am fully confident if we go about the job in the way we know we can that we can get the right result.”

Rangers will be confident of winning the tie, as they are in good form at the moment and have a good squad.

The Gers are dominating the Scottish Championship at the moment, and it is now almost a certainly that they will gain automatic promotion to the Scottish Premiership at the end of the season.

Celtic are not doing so well at the moment, but there is still time between now and the Scottish Cup semi-final tie against Rangers for the Hoops to return to form.

The Bhoys have been underperforming this season, but the players will certainly be determined to step up their game against the Gers.

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