Celtic fans get party started with sensational show of support en route to Old Firm derby at Parkhead

The Old Firm derby is one of the world’s most intense football rivalries.

So it should come as no surprise that both Celtic and Rangers fans are out in numbers to cheer on either side of Glasgow.

The above video captures the Bhoys supporters on their way to Parkhead for the Scottish Premiership fixture.

And as you can see they are well up for the clash.

They chant Scott Sinclair’s name – who has netted 15 times for them in the league this season – while one man bangs a drum.

The fans chant Scott Sinclair’s name while one man bangs a drum
(Photo: When Sunday Comes / Twitter)
One man sets off a flare and covers the crowd in a cloud of smoke
(Photo: When Sunday Comes / Twitter)

Later another supporter is seen letting off a bright green flare and covering the seemingly never-ending stream of fans in a cloud of smoke.

Celtic came away with the bragging rights when the two sides last met at the Ibrox on New Year’s Eve.

Kenny Miller put the home side up on the day before former Fulham striker Moussa Dembele equalised after 33 minutes.

Rangers fans arrive at Celtic Park ahead of the Old Firm Derby
(Photo: Getty)
Brendan Rodgers arrives at the stadium
(Photo: Getty)

Sinclair then clinched all three points for the away side when he netted in the 70th minute.

Rangers will be desperate to ensure the table-toppers don’t take six points off them this season, but Celtic, who have not lost yet this campaign, are in tantalising form.

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