CHRIS SUTTON and Neil Lennon have been denied access to do punditry work at Ibrox tonight. 

Rangers have told the BT Sport analysts they WON'T be allowed into a TV studio at the stadium to cover both the Old Firm's Europa League games.

Sutton has revealed Gers CEO Stewart Robertson has informed both himself and Lenny that they pose a "security risk", and so cannot be allowed entry to BT Sport's workspace. 

The former Celtic striker and manager have now been taken off punditry duties for the doubleheader. 

The Hoops are in early kick-off action at 5.45pm in Spain as they face Real Betis, while the second game of the evening takes place at 8pm in Glasgow as Rangers host Lyon.

The broadcasters have now been forced to make alternative arrangements to host both games from the London studios instead, with a new expert line-up.

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And Sutton has taken to social media to slam the Light Blues for their decision - taking a swipe at their inclusion and diversity initiative. 

He wrote: "I’m not allowed to work on the Celtic game tonight from a studio at Ibrox along with Neil Lennon as Stewart Robertson the Rangers CEO says we are a security risk.

"Good to see Rangers ground breaking diversity and inclusion campaign ‘Everyone Anyone’ is working well…"