... having run riot at iBrokes.
The Champions proved why they're the dominant force in Scotland in last week's derby clash, and continue on their travels in the Premiership to Motherwell on Sunday. Rangers 2-3 Celtic
The game against Scotland's shame last Sunday had even the most composed of Celtic fans on the edge of their seat. In a thrilling contest between 1st and 2nd place, the Hoops twice came from behind with goals from Tom Rogic, Moussa Dembele, and on-loan substitute Odsonne Edouard to win the match, despite being down to 10 men following Jozo Simunovic's dismissal.
It was a game that had been built up by the media as a chance for The Rangers to put pressure on Celtic in the title race, and many inside the Govan side's camp had the same optimistic outlook. However, a determined and resilient show from the away team had them and the ecstatic supporters bouncing and looking as strong as ever to cope with the demands of a championship run-in.
The win sent Celtic 8 points clear on 67, with their nearest rivals having played a game more - a comfortable lead to take into the back 9 of the league.
10 men Celts get fourth straight win at Ibrox.
Motherwell v Celtic
The Steelmen face the men in green for the first time since a treble-header back in late November / early December, which included the Betfred Cup final win for the Hoops. The other results, a 1-1 draw at Fir Park, and a 5-1 trouncing at Celtic Park in the third meeting compounding Celtic's recent dominance in this fixture. Motherwell have won just one meeting between the sides in the last 4 years - a 2-1 win at Parkhead in December 2015.
Stephen Robinson's side will be looking for revenge for that Cup final defeat, but they come into the game in up-and-down form (Last 5 Games - L/W/L/W/D). Currently 7th in the table, they sit 5 points behind Hearts with two games in hand as they hunt for a top six finish.
Celtic lift the Betfred Cup in November after beating Motherwell 2-0 at Hampden.