Lennon against moving Old Firm game

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Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists a Clydesdale Bank Premier League title clincher at Ibrox would be "just the way the cookie crumbles".

The Parkhead men can go 20 points ahead of Rangers with victory over Dunfermline on Wednesday night, and the SPL and Strathclyde Police harbour fears that the title could be sealed by the Hoops against Rangers in Govan on March 25.

Asked about the possibility of winning the title at the home of their bitter rivals next month, the Celtic boss said: "Again, we are not getting ahead of ourselves. We can drop points along the way, Rangers can drop points along the way... I don't know. But if that's where we are on the 25th of March we will approach the game and try to win it."

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