The Old Firm derby is one of the most passionate, bitter games in sports. But it also presents fans with a chance to witness two of Scotland's finest teams compete for supremacy.
Rangers' title hopes rest on this clash against Celtic, and Ange Postecoglou's side currently lead by nine points. A first league win away to the champions since January would provide supporters with some encouragement.
Rangers' lead over Celtic has shrunk to nine points, yet the Ibrox side has yet to win a league game against them. Walker predicts the gap will only widen over the course of months and they must beat their city rivals before season's end if they want to close the gap at the summit.
Rangers have made a strong start this season and now need to add quality in the summer transfer window as they strive to close the gap on leaders Celtic. Sportscene pundit Michael Stewart believes they need creative players on the pitch in order to create enough chances against Celtic.
Though it may appear straightforward, Beale faces an uphill challenge. His team have only scored five goals in seven matches this year compared to Celtic's 22, suggesting there is an issue that needs addressing.
Celtic have been unbeaten since September and sit nine points clear atop the table. With Ange Postecoglou's side having the resources to invest in players and bring in new talent, it will be difficult for Beale to challenge them for first place.
Celtic are hot favourites to win not just the league title this weekend, but they could also claim their first piece of silverware of the season in the Viaplay Cup final against Rangers at Hampden. Ange's reign at Hampden could be a turning point in his career and could prove something special for the Light Blues.
Sky Sports pundit Andy Walker believes Beale must perform better than Van Bronckhorst to catch up to Celtic. Additionally, Beale must accept that his squad lacks the depth that Celtic possess.
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No Scottish Premiership match draws such an international audience as a matchup between Celtic and Rangers. But that doesn't guarantee a positive outcome for either side.
At present, the gap between the sides at the top of the table is nine points. But that could soon change with a win for Chelsea against their city rivals that would significantly reduce that advantage.
Two days remain until the Glasgow derby, and former Celtic captain Paul Lambert believes his old club are far superior to Rangers.
He believes Celtic are adept at their game and know exactly what to do when presented with an opportunity.
Celtic scored three goals and claimed a convincing win the last time these teams met, but that was only 88 minutes ago.
Few Scottish Premiership matches draw such an international following as the one between Celtic and Rangers. It has been a thrilling chapter in the Old Firm's journey, and this weekend at Parkhead could be the deciding factor.
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Ange Postecoglou's side have a commanding nine point lead at the top of the table, but Rangers must do their best to close the gap.
They won't make that happen quickly if they don't start winning at Celtic Park. After five losses in five attempts, Walker believes Beale needs to start featuring some of his most experienced players on the pitch.
After seven games, Beale's men are in a precarious position and must fight to claw their way back into the title race. But they can do it if Beale focuses on eliminating the sluggishness that has marred this season.