How many Rangers players would make it into Celtic's XI?
Rangers take on Celtic this weekend in a keenly anticipated clash between the two best supported clubs in Scotland.
The match is a Scottish Cup semi-final match to be played at Hampden Park, and both teams are high on confidence, sitting on top of their respective leagues.
Rangers have already clinched the Scottish Championship and earned promotion back to the top flight, while Celtic can clinch the Premiership with a win in their upcoming match with Aberdeen.
We have taken a look at three players from the Rangers team who could get into the Celtic XI...
A striker as prolific as Martyn Waghorn could not fail to improve Celtic based on his outstanding form this season. The 26-year-old struck 28 goals in 34 games this season before going down with injury. Celtic's Leigh Griffiths has netted 32 goals in total this season, but no other player has got into double figures, with Gary Mackay-Steven disappointing, and Anthony Stokes discarded, sent out on loan to Hibs.
Harry Forrester's dynamic performances have been a breath of fresh air for Rangers since he signed in January, helping them pull clear of Hibernian to win the Scottish Championship. He can score goals, and create them, and will be a real threat to Celtic this Sunday. He would be able to hold his own competing for a place in Celtic's side based on recent form, and has a real chance to show what he is made of this weekend.
O'Halloran came through Celtic's youth system but had to leave the club to get first team football. After impressing at St Johnstone he earned a move to Rangers in January, and has looked lively since signing. He is cup tied this weekend and won't be able to show what he can do. Able to play out wide and up front, he would have been an intriguing option for Celtic to still have at their disposal.