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5 burning Celtic questions answered as Brendan Rodgers one win from elevating bonkers Rangers record to untold heights

It's almost time for the talking to stop...but not quite yet.

A particular theory has irked Celtic fans this week ahead of their mammoth visit to Rangers. It relates to title races and claims this season is the first bonafide battle in quite some time. Parkhead punters are smarting by a smattering of pundits' assertions and have raised Ange Postecoglou's side when they leapfrogged a Europa League final bound Rangers two seasons ago as evidence. Only three points separated the pair with seven games left and that victory pushed Celtic onto title glory.

That has already been answered in the minds of Celtic fans, however, there is a batch of questions which remain outstanding. From Brendan Rodgers' record to the tactical battles which will shape the game - the stakes couldn't be higher with only one point between the Glasgow giants. Record Sport seeks to answer them ahead of the big one.

The short answer is very. The Irishman's astonishing record in this fixture is in a class of its own but he is 90 minutes away from elevating his stunning streak in this fixture to unchartered heights. Numbers can, at times, mislead and massaged to suit an argument but no one can deny Rodgers his place as the top of the pile when it comes to emerging supreme on derby day.

A victory in Sunday's High Noon showdown will see Rodgers improve his winning record to 13 in 16 matches with only one defeat – good for an 81.25 per cent success rate. That would have him 20 per cent ahead of his former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard in second place. Yes, the likes of Bill Struth, Jock Stein and Walter Smith had their winning record clipped due to competing in many more matches, however, the 50-year-old is winning at a rate never seen before in 136