World News – GB – Celtic and Europa League Rangers’ hopes noted


Keith Jackson: Celtic really need to dig a result on the road after last week’s false start A point in France would be a decent response and should be achievable Rangers? They continue to thrive at this level and will seek six out of six points against the Poles

Michael Gannon: Celtic are catching up but they can score a point in France Rangers can’t underestimate the Poles, but they have already beaten stronger teams and are set for another victory

Scott Burns: I would support both sides to achieve positive results I think Celtic face the toughest challenge, being away from home, but I think they will take at least a point, as I would expect Rangers to improve their growing European reputation with victory at Ibrox

Gavin Berry: These are two very contrasting challenges Rangers have excelled in the Europa League under Steven Gerrard and face an inexperienced team at this level, so a home victory seems possible, but Lille have had a strong start to the season and the Hoops will do well to score a point

Keith: It all depends on what the investigation revealed But it seems reasonable to conclude that no disciplinary action would have been taken without serious cause for concern about potential breaches of protocol If they don’t play by the rules, they’ll get what they deserve

Michael: Unless Kilmarnock has seriously broken protocols, it’s hard not to feel sympathy Every club is going to be affected at some point and it might just be their turn

Scott: Yes We are fighting a virus that knows no borders and can affect anyone at any time Governing bodies should do more to help clubs that have been affected rather than trying to bow to the government and seek to bring down teams like a ton of bricks

Gavin: Provided they play by the rules, they have every right to be angry and we’ll have to see if the hearing produces evidence to the contrary

Keith: Probably not The Hearts will fight their way through this division and come back into the high flight, but there will be bumps in the road along the way

Michael: Hearts are one step ahead of the rest, but it takes remarkable consistency to stay undefeated all year round.There will be some weird holidays, but they’ll be forgiven when they go on promotion

Scott: They certainly have the quality and it wouldn’t be the biggest surprise if they did. Personally, however, the Championship is a pretty tough league and although I expect Hearts to win the league. , I don’t think she will be spotless

Gavin: It’s unlikely If the Jambos open up a huge gap and close the title early, there’s usually a mistake after the hard work is over

Keith: The Hibs are the favorites and rightly so They are already in great shape this season and should be strong enough to get the job done But then again on derby day anything can happen and very often it is the case

Michael: The Jambos have a top-flight squad but they’re still not quite in the know and they’re up against a Hibs squad that look like they’re playing this season The Easter Road Men should get there

Scott: It’s a real appetizing with both sides taking positive starts The big disappointment is that there won’t be any fans at the game I think the Hibs maybe have too much firepower and it could prove the difference overnight

Gavin: He’s shaping up to be a Hampden cracker and with their debut in the Scottish Premiership campaign, and the fact that there are a dozen games in the league campaign, you should want to Hibs to beat him

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World news – GB – Celtic and Europa League Rangers hopes rated – Jury Monday



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