Celtic’s 69-game unbeaten domestic run was ended by Hearts, when they were thumped 4-0 at Tynecastle two weeks ago, with Jambos boss Craig Levein earning major plaudits for the surprise result.
However, Foderingham doesn’t think the Rangers players will be re-watching that game for inspiration.
Instead, he claims, “It’s not for Rangers to look at Hearts performance against Celtic to think what we need to do to win a game of football.”
The ex-Swindon shot-stopper added, “We know what we need to do and our game plan will be different.”
Rangers have failed to score a single goal in their last three meetings with Celtic, however, last night’s 2-0 victory over Motherwell will surely give Graeme Murty’s side some confidence.
Goals from Danny Wilson and Alfredo Morelos were enough to pick up all three points against the Steelmen, although it came at a price, as Gers midfielder Ryan Jack picked up an injury which makes him a serious doubt for Saturday.