Celtic en route to Scottish treble after Rangers rout in Cup semis


If Rodgers' side defeat Hibernian at Easter Road on Saturday, they will retain their Premiership crown, and take a step closer to becoming the first side to win back-to-back trebles, having successfully defended the League Cup last November, beating Motherwell 2-0 in the final.

Celtic's rising star has earned interest from a host of clubs following a sensational start to life in Scottish football over the last three seasons, and the Red Devils are hoping to edge out their rivals in the summer in the race for the 20-year-old.

DAVIE HAY has admitted he wouldn't be surprised if Moussa Dembele AND Leigh Griffiths play in Celtic's Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers on Sunday. And Rodgers was delighted with what his players served up and feels they worked out Rangers' tactics and controlled the game.

"But we want to keep writing our own history and that means being really focused on the next game". I have been involved in nine of them and they are always complicated in their different ways so this will be no different.

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None of Rohit Sharma , Pollard and the Pandya brothers fired, and Mumbai Indians went run-a-ball for the last three overs. Iyer, who remained unbeaten on 27 off 20 balls, said that the shuffle in the batting order did not affect him much.

"Obviously that gives us faith and confidence but not taking away from it being a tough game".

"He also needs to make sure the rest of his game is on point, because taking chances is just one part of what we need from him".

"It was always going to be hard, but I thought we controlled the game well in the first half".

"I've seen Alfredo saying in the press that he is going to score - that's the mindset of a centre-forward", he said. "But I never become that complacent".