Andy Halliday reckons Rangers could struggle against Celtic on Saturday as he highlighted three players that are a concern. 

Rangers trail their fierce Glasgow rivals by three points in the Scottish Premiership title race, and it's imperative that Philippe Clement's men pick up a victory at Parkhead this weekend with only three games remaining of the 2023/24 campaign.

Halliday, who spent five years on Rangers' ranks between 2015 and 2020, thinks Rangers have potential starters that won't strike any fear into Celtic and that's why he fancies the reining champions to triumph. 

READ MORE: Ryan Jack steps up Rangers injury return during closed doors match

Speaking on the latest Open Goal Podcast, the former Light Blues utility man said: "If it’s Fabio Silva, Dujon Sterling and Cyriel Dessers, I don’t think Celtic fans are saying, ‘I really fear him today.’

“Don’t get me wrong, they could have a brilliant game but there’s none of that, 'they could win them a game of football today'.

“And I do think that Celtic, at the moment, are just a better team and you’ve got to fancy them to win.”