Old Firm derby: Are Celtic or Rangers the bigger club as rivals clash for first time this season?

28 Aug

There are just a few days to go until Celtic and Rangers meet in the first Old Firm derby of the season, in what promises to be a hugely entertaining clash.

It is the first meeting of Celtic and Rangers this campaign, and pits Steven Gerrard, the new Gers boss, against his former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers.

This will be the first meeting of Rodgers and Gerrard, who worked together at Liverpool

Hearts are the early pace-setters in the Premiership as they are the only side to still have a 100 per cent record, with Celtic three points behind the Tynecastle side in second.

Rangers are one point further behind, with one win and two draws in the three league matches played so far this term.

Not only will the winner of Sunday’s Old Firm derby take a huge advantage in the title race, but they will also claim bragging rights over their rival.

One of the major points of contention between Celtic and Rangers fans regards just which of the two Glasgow clubs is the biggest.

There are arguments to be had for both clubs, and talkSPORT.com are letting the fans decide in the run up to the Old Firm battle.

Vote below on our poll to have your say on which is the bigger club, and we will reveal the results later this week.