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LISBON LION SENDS CUP WARNING TO RANGERS

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LISBON Lion John Clark believes Rangers will see a different Celtic team in the Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden next month.
It will be the fifth meeting of the sides this season and Brendan Rodgers lost his 100 per cent record against the Ibrox outfit when Clint Hill’s late goal gave the visitors a 1-1 draw.
Prior to the weekend meeting, the Hoops had won twice in the Premiership (5-1 and 2-1) and also 1-0 in the League Cup semi-final.
Clark said: “Trebles are rare, so I think you will see a real motivation.
“They (Celtic) played good football at times on Sunday, but that wee bit of determination wasn’t there at times. You’ll see a huge difference in the semi-final.


“When you play Rangers, it doesn’t matter what you think – and we saw all sorts in the paper beforehand about what the score was going to be – but no matter which Rangers team you play they are a team who are out to play with a bit of pride for their club.
 
“But I think you will see a different Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final.

“I thought Rangers were up for it in the second-half, but Celtic played the better football.

 
“It will be a different game in the Cup. I think you’ll see Celtic fired-up for that one.”
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