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  1. Three and easy puts Rangers on the brink of history Goals from Ryan Kent, Alfredo Morelos and Ianis Hagi ensured a 3-0 win against St Mirren which has all but secured the SPFL title for Steven Gerrard and Rangers – the club’s first top flight title since 2011. If Celtic fail to win at Tannadice on Sunday then Rangers will be officially confirmed as the new champions of Scotland. The reality, however, is that Rangers are on a points total which Celtic can only match if they win all their remaining games and Rangers lose all theirs – and even if such an unlikely scenario
  2. Rangers work the nine to five to secure place in the last 16 Rangers secured their passage into the last 16 of the Europa League after yet another incredible tie against Royal Antwerp of Belgium produced another goal-laden game. The match in Belgium last week finished 4-3 to Rangers, and many did not see another high scoring game, but the two clubs traded high scoring blows yet again in a match that saw Rangers win 5-2 on the night – and win 9-5 on aggregate. The match had everything from goals, a contribution from Alfredo Morelos that secured his involvement
  3. Last 16 beckons after late winner secures Europa League win in seven goal thriller A 90th minute penalty secured Rangers a vital away win in Belgium tonight in a seven goal thriller against Royal Antwerp at the Bosuilstadion. Borna Barisic’s late spot kick ensured a deserved victory in a crazy night of football which saw seven goals, three penalties, a sending off and two Rangers players leaving the field through injury. The win makes Rangers favourites to progress to the last 16 of the Europa League for the second successive season, whilst currently sittin
  4. Jack stunner takes Rangers a step closer to the finishing line A brilliant strike from Ryan Jack secured a 1-0 win against Kilmarnock as Rangers took another step towards securing the title. The win means Rangers now need just four victories to cross the line in the race for this season’s title – the defeat was Kilmarnock’s seventh straight loss in what was Tommy Wright’s first game in charge of Killie after being appointed earlier in the week. Steven Gerrard named three changes to his side with Filip Helander, Bongani Zungu and Glen Kamara making way
  5. Late leveller denies lethargic Rangers 'smash and grab' win A late own goal from Allan McGregor denied Rangers all three points at Hamilton after the league leaders put in arguably their worst performance of the season. Rangers were literally seconds away from securing another three points when Ronan Hughes sent in a cross for Bruce Anderson, whose header was brilliantly saved by McGregor, only for the rebound to land at Ross Callachan whose shot was going across the face of goal until it deflected off McGregor and into the net. The draw was a blow to Range
  6. Arrivals, departures and SFA charges - but Gerrard's focus remains on title They say that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and that is certainly how it felt in August 2012 when Rangers began their journey back up the leagues with an uninspiring draw against Peterhead at Balmoor – a result only achieved thanks to a last minute equaliser from Andy Little. At that point the prospect of any future top tier title win seemed so far off that even with the benefit of the Hubble Telescope you would have struggled to see it. The road back provide
  7. Morelos ensures Rangers avoid the traditional January wobble A second-half goal from Alfredo Morelos secured Rangers three vital points at Easter Road tonight and ensured that Steven Gerrard’s side saw out January without any of the traditional new year turbulence. Since Steven Gerrard's arrival in 2018, January has proven to be a sticking point which has proven to be ultimately critical in his attempts to mount a title challenge. But this season Rangers have defied all the odds, and January has come and gone without any significant troubles. Celtic, Aberdeen
  8. I'll hopefully get the opportunity to blow the dust off that project at some point in the future!
  9. Four games left to play. Celtic had a disastrous March. Lost three out of their five games - and in succession too.
  10. Easter Road provides stiff test for Gerrard and Rangers as they make final push for title. Easter Road is not a ground new to the concept of being an important venue in Rangers’ attempts to stop Celtic winning ‘ten-in-a-row’. It was there on 29 March 1975 that Rangers secured the league title for the first time in nine attempts and stopped Jock Stein’s Celtic from amassing ten consecutive titles. Rangers arrived on that day knowing that if they avoided defeat the title they so badly craved would be theirs. However Eddie Turnbull had created a formidable Hib
  11. Jack’s back as Rangers put in five star performance. Ryan Jack made a scoring return to the Rangers first team today as the league leaders made another impressive statement on their title credentials with a 5-0 win over Ross County at Ibrox. The win takes Rangers 23 points clear with 13 games to play. Celtic still have three games in hand, but even the most optimistic of their supporters must now be approaching the point of accepting that the required winning run to claw back the difference is beyond Neil Lennon’s side. Steven Gerrard, taking charge of his 1
  12. Itten scores again but Rangers fail to make it sweet sixteen at Fir Park Cedric Itten came off the bench to score his fourth goal against Motherwell as Rangers dropped points for only the third time this season with a 1-1 draw at Fir Park. The big Swede scored his first goal for club earlier in the season at the same ground, and he also bagged a vital goal in the 3-1 win against the Lanarkshire side at Ibrox last month – and it took the big striker to come off the bench again to get Rangers a vital goal which ensured Rangers maintained their points advantage at the top
  13. Rangers look to extend impressive winning run as Steven Davis celebrates 300th milestone. Preview: Motherwell v Rangers Sunday, 12:00 Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Football. With Rangers going into this weekend’s game against Motherwell 21 points clear of Celtic, unbeaten in the league to date and on a superb winning run, you’d be excused for thinking that Sunday’s game against Motherwell was a mere formality. It is fair to say that Motherwell have not had their troubles to seek in what has been a bleak season so far. The Steelmen are currently
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