The day that Old Firm fans have been waiting for is finally here.
Rangers and Celtic will go ahead this afternoon in their Scottish Cup semi-final tie at Hampden, with the winner going on to meet Hibs in next month’s final.
The match is only the second meeting between the two sides in four years after the Ibrox club’s financial meltdown in 2012.
Celtic won the previous meeting in a comfortable 2-0 win in the League Cup semi-final last season.
Today’s derby will see Gers boss Mark Warburton get his first taste of Scotland’s biggest fixture.
The Light Blues go into the match fresh off the back of winning the Scottish Championship title and the Petrofac Training Cup.
Meanwhile four-in-a-row top flight champs Celtic are closing in on another title of their own.
The mouthwatering fixture has got fans from both sides buzzing already on social media this morning as many get ready to watch the match at home, in pubs and clubs and at the national stadium.
Just leaving for Hampden let's do this celtic?
— Scott Doc (@bigbhoydoc) April 17, 2016
Come on Celtic! Let's do this ??
— Ross Hastie (@RossHastie93) April 17, 2016
Celtic Celtic Celtic Come on you Bhoys in Green???????
— dec (@declannmurphy) April 17, 2016
Think il cry if Celtic lose today, COYBIG?
— Callum Cormican (@Cormican18) April 17, 2016
— bigjaapstam (@paddysfootytips) April 17, 2016
Up this morning like a kid at xmas!!! Celtic lets do the business bhoys??? #YNWA
— Jack Gribben (@Gribben11) April 17, 2016
Buzzin for the game today c'mon rangers???
— Joy Holding (@joyholdingx) April 17, 2016
Hope rangers do it today ????⚪️ @RangersFC
— Sheryn (@SherynPotts) April 17, 2016
Cmoan Rangers wee know wee can do this show them them we are. Back
— andrewhosie (@andrewhosie2012) April 17, 2016
Come on Rangers lets fucking do this ?⚪? pic.twitter.com/rCpo9gxHxV
— Xtoph (@cmurtagh1996) April 17, 2016
imagine a Celtic Rangers snapchat story ?
— Seán Gavin (@seangavin_7) April 17, 2016
Then again, there are some who don’t seem to share the same level of enthusiasm about the match.
Quite fitting that the Celtic v Rangers game is kicking off early on a Sunday morning. Just like every other pub football match.
— lee connor (@leelad77) April 17, 2016