Pedro Caixinha focused only on Rangers before Celtic semi-final
By Dev Trehan
Last Updated: 20/04/17 7:03pm
Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha says he will treat his side’s Scottish Cup semi-final tie against Celtic on Sunday like any other fixture.
Caixinha will sample Old Firm action from the dugout for the first time when his side take on Brendan Rodgers' side at Hampden Park on Sunday, live on Sky Sports 2.
But Caixinha says he has made no radical changes to his side's preparation despite the magnitude of this weekend's contest.
"Always the same we prepare the matches," Caixinha said. "This is going to be no different.
"The only difference is that this is a semi-final so it can be 90 minutes or 120 minutes or it can go to penalties.
"That's the only difference, and of course it is an Old Firm match, but except for that everything is the same with regards to the preparation."
Hoops boss Rodgers is going for a treble in his first season in charge of Celtic, who are yet to taste defeat domestically in the current campaign.
"I'm not worried about that and I also don't think that they are so obsessed with that," Caixinha said.
"Everybody is talking about us stopping them from winning the treble but I don't care about it - I am just focused on my team.
"By the end of Sunday's match one team will win. We are preparing for that to be our team. We need [to come through] one more stage to get what we want and I'm talking about getting a trophy."