As reported by The Scottish Sun, Rangers have cut Celtic’s allocation for games at Ibrox to just 800 tickets for the 2017-18 campaign.
This will put Rangers at an advantage for the Old Firm derby against Celtic at home and will make it tough for Brendan Rodgers’s side.
The Hoops have a good record at Ibrox in recent years, and Celtic striker Griffiths - who has been on the books of the Glasgow giants since January 2014 when he joined from Wolverhampton Wanderers for a transfer fee reported by The Daily Mail to be worth £1 million - believes that the Bhoys can silence the Rangers fans if they score and win.
Griffiths told The Scottish Sun: “There will be a wall of noise and our fans won’t be heard as much. There is normally a massive support behind the goal when Celtic go to Ibrox.
“Now we only have the corner and we need to try to silence the home crowd. Will it drive us on? As players, our objective is to go out in every game and be the best team.
“We want to do that by playing a certain way and winning games. If we do that, we will silence the home crowd — and you WILL be able to hear our fans.”
Entertaining Old Firm derbies
With Rangers having appointed Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard as the new manager and having already made a number of signings in the summer transfer window, it seems that the Glasgow giants are ready to challenge Old Firm rivals Celtic for the Scottish Premiership title next season.
The Hoops will be favourites for the title, but the Gers are going to give them a run for their money.