IT'S been a frenetic start to the match at Ibrox so far.

Both sets of players are flying into tackles and it's perhaps surprising that we haven't seen a booking yet.

Celtic are throwing players forward when they break in an attempt to overload the Rangers defence but as it stands, the home side's defenders are holding firm.

The middle of the park is predictably bonkers. Each team's midfielders are swarming the man in possession and no-one is getting any time on the ball whatsoever.

Ryan Christie and James Forrest have been quiet for the visitors so far, but most if Celtic's attacking play is going down the left at the moment.

Joe Aribo is playing an interesting role so far. Out of possession, he's almost playing as a forward: harrying the Celtic backline and doing Jermain Defoe's running for him. When Rangers get the ball, he drops deep to collect it.

There's no width whatsoever from Rangers, and that could be an issue. The middle of the park is so overcrowded, it's hard to imagine them getting much luck through the centre. Brown, it must be said, has been imperious in midfield.

As it stands, Celtic have started strong and are doing a good job of containing the Rangers players in their own half.