The Old Firm derby returns with Celtic hosting their fierce rivals Rangers in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday.
One of the most storied rivalries in football was consigned to a cup match here or there over the past few years after Rangers' turmoil, but now that the second of the "big two" of Scotland are back in the first division, Celtic vs Rangers takes hold of the game again.
The last time these two teams met was in the Scottish Cup semifinal last season, when Rangers won on penalties. Is a win possible again, against the reigning champions and favourite for the title? Kenny Miller certainly thinks so.
"We have a confidence in what the manager wants us to do," Miller, who has also played for Celtic, said. "When you play them at Parkhead, it's a different atmosphere but we will still be going there looking to dominate the ball, create chances and score goals. We know we have the game to hurt anybody.
"We appreciate we will have to tighten up in the back area, they have players that can hurt us. But if we can do that then we are more than confident we can get the right result."
Rangers have not made the greatest of starts in the Scottish Premiership return, winning just two of their first four matches, with the other two being draws. Miller believes that is down to the numerous new faces that have come in, with the striker confident that, given time, everything will fall into place and Rangers will be back challenging for the title with Celtic.
"We have just not put it together as much this season as last season," Miller added. "Whether that's the increased level of opposition, or whether that's trying to bed in new signings, we have turned over 20 players in the last two summers.
"That's a lot of lads to come in and gel. It always takes time – this season has just taken a little bit longer. We are disappointed we have maybe not performed as well, but we are still going into it with belief in what we are doing."
Celtic are doing pretty well. Having just about qualified for the group stages of the Champions League, the team managed by former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, have won all three of their games so far in the league, and with this match being played at Celtic Park, they will be fancied to make it four in a row, even if, in a derby, that form book goes out of the window.
Where to Watch Live
Celtic vs Rangers is set to begin at 12 p.m. BST (4.30 p.m. IST). Live Streaming and TV information is below.
India: TV: No live coverage.
UK: TV: Sky Sports 2. Live Streaming: Sky Go.
USA: TV: Fox Sports 1. Live Streaming: FoxSoccer2Go.
Canada: TV: Sportsnet.
Middle East, Australia: Bein Sports Arabia 12.