Police Scotland have issued a warning to Rangers ahead of their upcoming meeting with old firm rivals Celtic.
Police Scotland have told fans that they have to be at the ground for 10.30am, other wise they may miss the start of the clash which kicks off at 12pm.
A win is a must for Rangers otherwise Steven Gerrard first season in charge will most likely see his team finish second this season.
Rangers won against the odds earlier in the season.
But if Rangers fans want to see the game and see their team beat their old firm rivals then they have to be at Parkhead sharp on the morning of the tie.
A safety advice message has been issued by Celtic Football Club ahead of the fixture on the on Sunday, March 31st, with the statement reading…
“It is essential that Rangers supporters who receive a ticket for the match assemble at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome around 10.30am whereupon they will receive a Police escort across London Road to turnstiles 66 and 67.
“It is estimated all visiting supporters will be inside the stadium by 11.15am after which the whole Stadium footprint will be opened for general access.”
“Rangers supporters arriving after 11.00am should be aware they are likely to be held in the assembly point at the Velodrome until after the match has kicked off and they can be safely escorted to the stadium,” the statement continued.
“This decision has been taken in the interests of safety of all supporters attending the match and is supported by Police Scotland.
“This arrangement was agreed between Celtic and Police Scotland and we fully expect the safety of our supporters to be given a priority.”
Celtic are 10 points clear of their rivals going into this game.
Neil Lennons men Scored a 96th minute winner thanks to Odsonne Eduoard to beat Dundee at Dens Park.
Rangers, dropped another 2 important points, in a frustrating 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock at Ibrox.