On Thursday night's Off The Ball, John Giles will be choosing his combined all-time Celtic-Rangers XI.
Giles will be looking back at the absolute best that the Old Firm has had to offer over the years.
So who will make it in? Send your combined XIs to us @offtheball and we'll rustle together a few your delight and delectation.
Here are some of Giles' takes on some of the best that both Glasgow clubs have had to offer:
"Graeme would be chalk and cheese to Steven Gerrard, because Graeme actually controlled the game from the middle of the field.
"He could actually link it back to front and was always in a position to receive it from the defenders.
"He could see a good pass, got into a bit of trouble with his tackling over the years, but a terrific player."
"If any of the kids today get a chance, watch Dalglish. Always taking up the right position in relation to the ball.
"He wasn't particularly quick but always had space, his technique was brilliant as you'd expect for a top-class player.
"He made as many goals for Ian Rush as he scored himself, a terrific player and real all-round footballer."
"I thought he was a good all-round player," explained Giles.
"He was demanding, quite mobile and used the ball well. He was a good centre-half and a good blocker of shots."
"He was Mr. Celtic and a great leader - an old-fashioned centre-half.
"Big lad, great in air and knew his limitations on the ground. He very seldom made a mistake and just a top-notch lad."