“At the moment, no inquiry, yes” – Lennon makes Rangers confirmation

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Celtic moved three points clear at the highest point of the Scottish Premiership table with a 4-0 win against Livingston on Saturday, and Rangers will hope to react with a triumph when they visit Hamilton Academicals later today.

It has been an intense title fight between the Old Firm adversaries up to this point, with just objective distinction isolating the two sides heading into matchday 13.

Officers need to verify their own 11th win of the class battle in the following hardly any hours on the off chance that they are to keep up the weight on Celtic, and Hoops supervisor Neil Lennon has conceded that it is feeling like an appropriate title challenge with the Light Blues after the two sides’ noteworthy beginning to the season.

“At the moment, no inquiry, yes. Mentally that is a decent success for us,” Lennon answered when inquired as to whether he felt it was an appropriate title challenge with Rangers.

“I think you must savor the weight – you either relish it or dread it. So relish it. It’s incredible. Perhaps it is something new for a portion of the players yet I feel they are taking on the test well and I think the fans are getting a charge out of it also.

“There will be restless minutes as we come, plunges and troughs – yet we are in a solid position right now and playing splendidly. I don’t consider objective contrast right now it is too soon.”

Celtic have lost once and drawn once in 13 association games, while Rangers have additionally lost one and drawn one in front of their 13th conflict, and Steven Gerrard’s men will extravagant their odds of halting their opponents’ household strength.

The Bhoys have won the last eight titles and are hoping to arrive at the exceptional ten straight imprint by winning the following two.

That remaining parts the Gers’ biggest dread, and they have been entrusted with keeping it after Celtic prevented them from doing precisely so in 1998 after they had verified nine back to back titles.

A success today will keep them solidly on track.

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