Celtic boss Lennon urges Dundee Utd to take down Rangers

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has urged Dundee United to come out and play against title rivals Rangers tomorrow night.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has urged Dundee United to come out and play against title rivals Rangers tomorrow night.

Following yesterday’s 2-0 away win at Kilmarnock, the Hoops went to within a point of ‘Gers with just two matches left in the Scottish Premier League season.

Tomorrow night sees Rangers host Dundee at Ibrox and Lennon hopes Peter Houston and his Terrors can do the Bhoys a favour.

"We have two games to go and anything can happen," said Lennon.

"What we are looking for is somebody to compete and give Rangers a game.

"There has not been much evidence of that in their previous two games.

"Even if we had drawn the game against Inverness on Wednesday night, I'm not sure goal difference would have made a difference, looking at the two games that Rangers have had.

"Dundee United have something to play for now (a European place).

"The results went for them at the weekend and they are looking for a result on Tuesday and we will be looking for a result on Wednesday.”

 
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