Celtic’s Scott Sinclair has urged his side to ‘play our normal game’ when they face Rangers in the Old Firm derby on Saturday.
Sinclair scored a hat-trick as Celtic beat Aberdeen 4-3 at Pittodrie on Boxing Day, and head into the clash with second-placed Rangers three points clear of their Glasgow rivals.
Olivier Ntcham’s goal sealed a 1-0 win for Brendan Rodgers’ side in the first meeting between the teams at Parkhead, and Celtic travel to Ibrox this weekend knowing a win will put them in a commanding position as the champions look to defend their title.
“You can see the table’s tight,” Sinclair told BBC Scotland.
“At the top of the table, there’s only room to improve and to keep doing well and to keep winning.
“It’s going to be a challenge. It’s up to us to go there, play our normal game, create chances and make sure we do get the three points.”