Rangers will host leaders Celtic into Ibrox stadium on Sunday, where the eyes of the football lovers look into two eyes.
Former Rangers defender Clint Hill believes the Ibrox side can challenge for the Scottish Premiership title if they beat Celtic on Sunday.
The defending champions hold a six-point lead having played one game less than their Ibrox rivals.
“[Rangers] will go into this game full of confidence, at home, with the crowd behind them,” Hill told BBC Scotland.
“If they get a win then they seriously are title contenders. They have to be judged that way.”
Rangers have won their last six games, but have not beaten Celtic in the league in their last seven meetings.
Manager Graeme Murty has taken charge twice in Old Firm games, earning a 1-1 draw at Celtic Park last season – as caretaker boss – and a 0-0 draw at the same venue in December.