'Celtic have to be more clinical against Rangers' - Stewart

Sportscene pundit Michael Stewart says Celtic have to improve their end product if they are to win their pivotal league game against Rangers on Sunday.

Brendan Rodgers' side beat Livingston 3-0 in their last outing, but took over 45 minutes to have their first shot on target.

Despite being below their best in attacking areas, Stewart believes the return of two key players will boost Celtic before they face second-placed Rangers.

"It is a huge game," Stewart said. "The positive for Celtic going into it is the fact they’ve had two of their main players coming back in and doing well.

"[Cameron] Carter-Vickers is such a calming influence at the back. And [Reo] Hatate comes in, he’s been out for such a long period of time, yet he’s come back in and been a really good performer in the centre of the park [against Livingston].

"It’s real positives that their big players are coming back.

"Their one concern would be that against Livingston they got into some really good areas out wide but the final ball wasn’t there.

"They’re going to have to be more clinical in those areas against Rangers. If they get into those positions they’re going to have to be more clinical than that."