Steven Gerrard has urged his Rangers players to not leave anything on the pitch in their clash against Celtic on Saturday at Ibrox.

Rangers are trailing Celtic by three points in the league table having played a game more and their recent form has seen them lose ground on their Old Firm rivals.

Gerrard’s side will host the Scottish champions at Ibrox on Saturday, but their form going into the game has not been great: they have won just two of their last six league games.

The Rangers manager admits that his side will have to produce their best form and feels if they can do that, they have the quality to get a result against the champions.

It will be the last game for Rangers before the winter break and Gerrard stressed that his players must give their all in those 90 minutes as it is a fantastic opportunity to get a positive result.

The Rangers boss said in a press conference: "We have to bring our A game. We're playing against a good team with good players. They will be well-drilled, I know that for sure.

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"We know that we have to bring our best to get the result we want.

"I'm confident the players can do that. It's the last fixture, there's 90 minutes to go, empty it, and give everything you've got.

"Let's see where it takes us.

"We've certainly got respect for the opposition but what a fantastic opportunity for the players to go try to get the result we need."

Rangers have not beaten Celtic since returning to the top flight in 2016.