Celtic and Rangers go head-to-head in the first Old Firm match of the Scottish Premiership season on Saturday, but who should start for your team?
Celtic have made a 100 per cent start to their title defence, winning their first five games of the new season and top the table.
Rivals Rangers are two points behind with their 2-2 draw at Hibernian ending their perfect start.
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Ange Postecoglou suffered defeat in his first Old Firm game at Ibrox, but is unbeaten against Rangers in the league since then with two wins and a draw.
Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst suffered back-to-back Old Firm league defeats after taking charge in November with the final meeting of last season ending 1-1.
Who starts for Celtic?
Postecoglou has been consistent in his team selection so far this season with few changes to his starting XI.
His biggest decision could be in the back line – Cameron Carter-Vickers, Josip Juranovic and Greg Taylor have started every game, while Mortiz Jenz, Stephen Welsh and Carl Starfelt have all looked strong defensively, with the trio also scoring this season.