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Celtic punters should get Hotline rebranded as Rangers fanatic can 'smell their fear'

Three days to go until what Kenny Miller reckons is the biggest Old Firm clash in over a decade. And going by the flood of calls and emails to the Hotline the former Rangers and Celtic hitman might just be right.

Prepare for predictions, banter... and even a sprinkling of support for refs. Robert Livingstone, Palm Beach, said: “It doesn't get any bigger in the football world that this. This game may potentially be a deciding factor on who wins the league, probably most writers and pundits would favour a draw but Rangers have been playing some good football and with home advantage it should see them get the job done, and head to Dundee leading in the sprint to to the finishing line.”

John Bruce emailed: “Watching Rangers beat Hibs so convincingly on Saturday in the lead up to the Old Firm game was made more enjoyable by seeing James Tavernier becoming the UK's highest scoring defender ever. It was made even sweeter by the fact that his goal was a powerful shot from inside the box, which would have silenced his critics, who claim that he only scores penalties. Hopefully he will add to that record on Sunday - perhaps with one of his trademark free-kicks. He is sure to play a vital role in Sunday's outcome.”

However, Davie Wilson, Glasgow, said: “Callum McGregor ran the last Old Firm and with the skipper back in place beside Reo Hatate who was excellent on Sunday at Livingston then I’m confident Celtic will make it a derby hat-trick this season. Celtic still have the better players, it’s as simple as that.”

The subject of referees - namely John Beaton this week - is never far from the Hotline but Steve Macleod, Wokingham, said: “It’s time to give Beaton and co a break. Celtic, who have a great record under Beaton, seem