The Scottish champions will be looking to continue their domestic domination this weekend too when they face their Glasgow rivals for a place in the Scottish Cup final.
The Bhoys captain had received a straight red card in Sunday's draw with Ross County, but the Easter holidays may have saved the Hoops from missing a key player for the Old Firm tie.
"Rangers has always been known for turning in dogged, determined, pragmatic rearguard actions and I guess that suits us quite nicely", said Watson.
'If you asked a lot of the boys that's why we came to Rangers, to play in cup finals and we've got the opportunity to go and do that, so that's our full focus for Sunday. 'We're on a good run right now and we want to keep it going to make sure we've got a final to play for.
"It's hard to pick out one from the Champions League semi- finals, but if you say maybe it's between Real Madrid and Juventus, they all have weaknesses".
'There is no point in us turning up if we don't think we can win.
"Sometimes they take good decisions, other times they don't - like me, like the players and like the media when you need to write about one game".
He had struggled for game time under former boss Mark Warburton, but he has faced Celtic twice in his so far short Gers stay as he came off the bench both times.More news: Soyuz Space Capsule Carrying American, Russian Blasts off
And Wilson would love to sample a repeat of the wild celebrations that followed.
This season has been no different, with Brown contributing to three goals and the same total of assists across 49 competitive games. We all want a bit more of that'.
"Even in the Kilmarnock game, when we analysed it after you could say we should have had three handballs".
My old team have have enjoyed the overpowering of Rangers this year. We will have plenty of them here.
Caixinha said: "I'm not anxious about that and I also don't think that they are so obsessed with that".
"Celtic are not going to underestimate them". But David has been solid at the back and he's won his duels.
On Sunday afternoon, they will make their debut in New Zealand's national men's knockout competition, hosting Northlanders Central Brown at Anderson Park in suburban Auckland.
The Light Blues support are praying their team can register their first derby triumph of the campaign at Hampden and halt Celtic's seemingly unstoppable charge towards a domestic clean sweep.