Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers head into their match with Celtic unbeaten under Pedro Caixinha's stewardship so far.
Glasgow Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has started the fighting talk ahead of Sunday’s Old-Firm derby against Celtic.
The Bhoys head into the Scottish Cup semi-final as the heavy favourites to win the match.
Celtic remain unbeaten in domestic action all season, and are 33 points ahead of Rangers in the Scottish Premiership standings.
However, Caixinha insists that he does not care for Celtic’s impressive run of form - as he believes his Rangers side can pick up a positive result.
PC: We are not worried about Celtic and their record. I don't care about it.— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) April 20, 2017
PC: Nothing changes - I prepare this game as I would any other.— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) April 20, 2017
Rangers have taken on Celtic in four derby matches so far this season, but are yet to be victorious in any of them.
The Ibrox side did manage to pick up a 1-1 draw in the two side’s last meeting though, which has provided some optimism.
Rangers head into their match with Celtic in good form, following the arrival of Caixinha.
The Light Blues are unbeaten in Caixinha’s first five games in charge, and have kept clean sheets in their last three matches.