Where Celtic vs Rangers will be won and lost plus the big calls for both bosses and a bonkers bet - Saturday Jury

What are the big calls for Rangers manager Philippe Clement at Celtic Park?

CRAIG SWAN: Rangers wide attacking positions will be key and he has to decide who he can trust. The individuals either side of Cyriel Dessers have to deliver.

ANDY NEWPORT: The big Belgian won’t have much choice with his defence given injury issues but he had to get his midfield right. Callum McGregor has been allowed to dictate this battle ground far too often for Celtic, so I won’t be surprised if Dujon Sterling is moved back into the middle to take on the Hoops skipper.

MICHAEL GANNON: You’d think Sterling will be in there to beef up the midfield. The big question is up top, Clement could give Fabio Silva a chance to finally make his name at the club.

What about the major decisions for Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers?

CRAIG: Nine of his starting line-up picks itself. The choice is which two from Nicolas Kuhn, Daizen Maeda and James Forrest to start wide of Kyogo.

ANDY: The Parkhead lineup will pick itself. The only issue is whether Rodgers goes with James Forrest from the start or saves his legs and experience for the final stages.

MICHAEL: He doesn’t have any. Daizen Maeda and James Forrest on the flanks and the only call is over how much Celtic want to go after the game or try to contain.

Where will the Old Firm game be won and lost?

CRAIG: Middle of the park. If Celtic’s three main men in there get a grip of the game, Rangers will find it tough going.

ANDY: Celtic are the heavy favourites given their dominance of this fixture. Rangers will have to show they can handle the early tempo, something they’ve failed spectacularly in recent times after surrendering the opening goal in 10 of the last 11 derbies.

If Gers can start quick and overcome the hosts’ pace and press, they might stand a chance.

MICHAEL: Down the flanks. Gers don’t have much natural width so it’ll need to come from James Tavernier. That could leave the back door open for Maeda so it will be an intriguing balancing act.

It’s a game everyone says anything can happen, what is your bonkers bet for the day?

CRAIG: VAR not to make an outrageous and controversial call. That’ll be a massive price.

ANDY: You’ll get odds of 130-1 for Cyriel Dessers to score a hat-trick. By the law of averages, the enigmatic Ibrox hitman is bound to come good when the pressure is on one day. But remember, there’s a reason bookies are minted and we’re not...

MICHAEL: Liam Scales and Ben Davies both to score in a 3-3 draw should get you £250 for your quid, as well as a strange look from your bookie.