Glasgow Rangers’ last five games of the season have been revealed as they attempt to go the term unbeaten.
Rangers find out remaining schedule
Of course, the Scottish Premiership’s peculiar format means the league will split into the top six and the bottom six, with the teams in each group playing each other once to take the grand total for the campaign to 38 games played per side.
The Gers’ final five games of the league season have now been confirmed (via The Glasgow Times). They are as follows:
Sunday 11th April – Rangers vs Hibernian
Wednesday 21st April – St Johnstone vs Rangers
Sunday 2nd May – Rangers vs Celtic
Wednesday 12th May – Livingston vs Rangers
Saturday 15th May – Rangers vs Aberdeen
After 33 matches, the Gers are in the fantastic position of still being unbeaten (BBC) – that means they have a realistic opportunity of going the campaign without defeat in the league. However, there is no doubt they will face some difficult challenges if they are to do so.
Are you happy with this schedule?
Obviously, the fourth Old Firm derby of the season jumps off the page – Steven Gerrard will be happy that game will be played at Ibrox. A third visit of the term to Livingston and their artificial pitch is unlikely to be an easy game either. All eyes, though, will be on the final fixture. They will face Aberdeen, and it is on that day that they are likely to finally receive the Premiership trophy. Given the rivalry they share with the Dons (The Guardian), it will be an occasion the Gers will particularly enjoy.
In other news, this man has been tipped to be Rangers’ Player of the Year.
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