Rangers could be just a matter of days away from the club’s first league title in a decade – and Gers fans on Twitter are buzzing ahead of what is certain to be a huge month for the Light Blues.
With three league games – including a possible Parkhead title party – and the Europa League last 16 to look forward to in March, Steven Gerrard’s side have some massive games over the next few weeks.
📅 MARCH 📅
👉 Wed 3 | Livingston (A) | 6pm
👉 Sat 6 | St Mirren (H) | 3pm
👉 Thu 11 | Slavia Prague (A) | 5:55pm
👉 Thu 18 | Slavia Prague (H) | 8pm
👉 Sun 21 | Celtic (A) | 12 noon pic.twitter.com/TgVqcpd2sH
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) March 1, 2021
The Gers kick off with trip to Livingston this midweek before welcoming St. Mirren to Ibrox on Saturday afternoon in the Scottish Premiership.
If Celtic then drop points against Dundee United the following day, Rangers will be crowned champions if they have taken maximum points against Livi and the Buddies.
After that it’s the Europa League double header against Slavia Prague for a place in the quarter finals before the game everyone is waiting for – Celtic away.
Gerrard’s side will likely either go to Parkhead as champions or in position to win the title on their rivals’ pitch for the first time since 1999.
Fans on Twitter can’t wait as they implored Gerrard’s stars to go on and make themselves legends at Ibrox and end the season in glory.
Here are comments from Rangers fans on Twitter (including a wee bit singing from an Ibrox legend):
— Greedy Smith RSC ✡️ (@BC7RFC) March 1, 2021
Go become legends 💙
— Rossco (@rsjh0501) March 1, 2021
This is it, bring that league home please Mr Rangers 🤝
— Baldy Barisic 31 🇭🇷 (@B_Barisic31) March 1, 2021
This is it Rangers.
— C. (@Cxrly__) March 1, 2021
when players have the chance to become legends. this is it🏆 https://t.co/yXp5WwRBsl
— Jake Thompson (@jakethompsonn72) March 1, 2021
Massive month 👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽 https://t.co/ep4lKdsJb0
— Kieran Galbraith (@KieGalbraith5) March 1, 2021
— Jamie (@JW_1872) March 1, 2021
What a month ahead this could be. Bring it home 🏆🇬🇧 https://t.co/1DbzRm3r70
— Andrew McKenzie (@amckenzie54) March 1, 2021
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