|Rangers v Celtic|
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The Glasgow derby is one of the most fiercely contested and controversial matches in the world.
The rivalry that exists between the 'Old Firm' is intense but what separates it from other derbies is race and religion.
In the beginning
Much of the Irish community were crowded into slums and were widely discriminated against due to their foreign status and willingness to take work at low pay.
This was seen to undercut the mainly Protestant native Glaswegians.
With a huge fan base and players taken from the Catholic club in Edinburgh, Hibernian, Celtic soon became a rival to the well-established Rangers football club across the city in Govan.
What's all the fuss about?
Celtic were seen as a Catholic club for Catholics, which led to Rangers, with their mainly Protestant following, adopting a staunch anti-Catholic approach.
Many fans were prejudiced against Celtic's Irish following and the frequent rioting of Celtic's support didn't help their image.
But things were about to change at Rangers.
Graeme Souness took over the hotseat and former Celtic man Mo Johnston became the first high-profile Catholic player to cross the divide.
TV pictures at the time showed outraged Rangers fans burning their season tickets!
Have things improved?
Some bad feeling though does exist on the terraces. And the same goes for the other side of Glasgow, despite the best efforts of both clubs.
The quality on show
Neither team have too many local players these days, but the crowd are still just as passionate about this match.