Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are on the verge of winning the treble of Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup in one season. Conquering Europe has been the one achievement missing from Guardiola’s record during his time at the Etihad Stadium and Champions League glory would mean he can undoubtedly be classed as one of the greatest managers in British football.
Rangers will finish the season trophy-less following Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Celtic at Hampden Park. The Light Blues fans were again left frustrated after coming up short against their Old Firm rivals and Gers boss Michael Beale admitted there will be “the biggest rebuild this club has seen in a number of years”.
Glasgow is geared up for a lively lunchtime on Saturday when Celtic and Rangers meet in the first of three Old Firm clashes in the space of a few weeks. This will be the third of four league encounters of the campaign – there is a Scottish Cup semi-final to come later this month – and with the Hoops nine points clear of their fierce rivals in the title race it will be celebration time in the east end if they win.