BT SPORT have confirmed Rangers denied both Chris Sutton and Neil Lennon access to Ibrox tonight. 

We told you earlier this afternoon how the ex-Celtic pair would no longer be allowed to work as pundits for the broadcaster for tonight's two Europa League games involving the Old Firm. 

They were due to work for BT on the channel's line-up to analyse both games throughout the evening.

However, ex-Hoops striker Sutton revealed that the Ibrox side's CEO Stewart Robertson has told them that they would be a 'security risk' within the stadium.

He blasted this decision and has told the club that their 'Everone, Anyone' campaign is failing. 

Now, BT Sport have confirmed they have been forced to change their plans at the last-minute to cover both the games. 

A short statement reads: "We had hoped that Darrell Currie and the team would be able to present the coverage of both the Celtic and Rangers UEFA Europa League games live from Ibrox this evening, as we have done in the past.

"Rangers have since raised security concerns and so we have had to change our plans."

It's believed BT will now cover both games from their studios in London, with a new expert line-up.