Barry Ferguson hopes Celtic’s unbeaten run ends against Rangers

A general view of the stadium prior to kickoff during the UEFA Champions League group C match between Celtic FC and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach at Celtic Park on October 19, 2016 in...

Rangers legend Barry Ferguson hopes that the Ibrox club bring an end to Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic’s unbeaten run.

Blackpool manager Barry Ferguson during the Sky Bet Championship match between Queens Park Rangers and Blackpool at Loftus Road on March 29, 2014 in London, England.

Former Rangers midfielder Barry Ferguson has told Betsafe that he does not see Celtic’s unbeaten run in Scotland come to an end anytime soon, but hopes that it does against the Gers.

Celtic have gone 69 games unbeaten in Scotland so far and are favourites to win against Heart of Midlothian away from home in the Scottish Premiership this weekend.


Former Rangers star Ferguson has backed the Hoops to remain unbeaten at the Tynecastle Park in Edinburgh on Sunday afternoon.

The former Scotland international, who had two different spells at Ibrox club Rangers, hopes that Celtic’s unbeaten run in Scotland ends in the Old Firm derby.

Celtic will take on Old Firm rivals Rangers at Celtic Park in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday afternoon.

Blackpool manager Barry Ferguson looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Blackpool and Charlton Athletic at Bloomfield Road on May 03, 2014 in Blackpool, England.

While predicting Celtic to win against Hearts by two or three goals, Ferguson told Betsafe about the Hoops’ unbeaten run: “I don’t see it ending.

"I don’t see it ending anytime soon, hopefully come the Old Firm game towards the end of the year. Celtic, for me, are domestically too strong for everyone.”

Barry Ferguson of Rangers celebrates winning the Scottish Premier League trophy after the Scottish Premier League match between Dundee United and Rangers at Tanadice Park on May 24, 2009...

Celtic should be able to win against Hearts with ease and continue their march towards the Scottish Premiership title.

Of course, it is going to be tricky if the Hoops concede first, but the Glasgow giants have shown this season that they can launch comebacks and pick up points after going behind in games.

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