First published by rangersnews.uk

The next Old Firm is scheduled for 31st March, at Celtic Park.

Victory for the Gers will be the only way to keep faint hopes of winning the SPL title alive, and that’s assuming they can defeat Kilmarnock, this coming Saturday.

No matter what’s riding on it though, it will be a huge occasion. Especially, after Rangers’ victory in the most recent edition, back in December.

Ryan Jack’s goal separated the sides last time round. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

However, it has emerged that Steven Gerrard is set to have a few selection concerns ahead of the game.

Many members of his first team squad will be in international action, but three in particular, will be playing thousands of miles away just days before the derby.

Jet lag and fatigue is therefore bound to be a factor for the players, and their manager will have to take that into account.

Alfredo Morelos

The 22-year-old goal machine is in the Colombia squad for friendlies against Japan (22 March) and South Korea (26 March). With the fixtures taking place in the latter nation’s capital, this means Morelos will have to travel over 5,000 miles to get back to Glasgow.

Morelos is set to add to his solitary cap for Colombia. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)

Glen Kamara

Kamara has been named in the Finland squad for their first two European Championship qualifying fixtures. However, while he won’t be leaving the continent, he’s still got quite a distance to travel. Their second

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