With just four games remaining in the SPL season, there isn’t a whole lot to play for, for Rangers.

There will be no silverware picked up in Steven Gerrard’s first season. That’s despite all the optimism that surrounded the club heading into the winter break.

After Ryan Jack’s Old Firm winner in December, the Gers were level with Celtic. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

You wouldn’t have known that in Edinburgh on Saturday, though.

As usual, Bears travelled in their droves to watch their team, packing out an end of Tynecastle.

Unlike in the two fruitless trips to the capital to face Hibernian this campaign, they were treated to some good football and excellent finishing.

Jermain Defoe’s seventh for the club opened the scoring. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

At 3-0, the game was out of sight just minutes after the interval. It probably helped that huge fan favourite Nikola Katic got himself on the scoresheet, but the Gers fans drowned out the home support throughout.

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It’s hardly the furthest they have had to travel for a game this season.

An hour up the road isn’t quite the same as Ufa, Maribor or Osijek away.

Gers fans take over a section of the Allianz Stadion in Vienna. (Photo by Johann Schwarz/SEPA.Media /Getty Images)

Yet, it’s a testament to the fans that after over 50 matches this campaign, they’re still coming out in force.

Steven Gerrard said after the game that they are owed a few performances, and they certainly got one at Tynecastle [RangersTV].

In recognition of the travelling fans, the club tweeted a photo of the away end captioned ‘Everywhere, Anywhere.’

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