Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham has told The Times that he does not watch Steven Gerrard’s Rangers.
Rangers will take on their bitter Old Firm rivals Celtic in the final of the Scottish League Cup this coming weekend.
Ahead of the tie, Ntcham has said that he does not watch the Gers, and is looking forward to playing against them.
Ntcham told The Times: “I don’t even watch them, to be honest. I think it will be a good game against them regardless. It will be nice to play in a derby match in the cup final. This is a big game for everyone.
“Every derby is unique; even if you have won the previous game comfortably, the next one can be completely different. You have to be fully focused on the game.
“I have some nice memories already in this fixture and, hopefully, I will have more after the final.”
Both Celtic and Rangers are playing well at the moment and are in great form at the moment.
The Hoops have won the domestic treble for the past three seasons, and they will be determined to maintain their chances of making it four in a row this month.
Rangers have not won a domestic trophy for a while, and manager Steven Gerrard will know that it is a massive opportunity to kickstart the Gers’ new era of success with a win against Celtic this coming weekend.
Both Rangers and Celtic are in Scottish Premiership action on Wednesday evening.