Rangers are currently top of a 100-club form table ahead of Champions League giants like PSG, Real Madrid and Juventus [Transfermarkt].
A 1-0 win over Kilmarnock at Ibrox on Saturday was their 25th Premiership victory of the campaign, with Steven Gerrard’s side still unbeaten and only dropping points on four occasions.
The goals may have dried up somewhat in recent times for the Light Blues, but their overall numbers are still remarkable, as they’ve scored 69 and conceded just eight times in the league all season.
Rangers’ consistently excellent form has them well clear at the top of the Premiership table and has also ensured that they are top of an international form table put together by Transfermarkt.
The list features the 100 clubs with the best form from established leagues around the world based on points won.
On 79, the Gers’ are ten points ahead of any other club, with Internacional and Flamengo of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A making up the top three.
Premiership sides are at an advantage over most European clubs given the early start date to the season in Scotland, which explains Celtic’s presence in the top ten (seventh).
Yet, it will still be satisfying for Rangers supporters to see their team flying high above some of the biggest clubs in world football.
Amongst the high-profile sides in the Light Blues’ rearview mirror are mega-rich Paris Saint-Germain (17th), Atletico Madrid (18th), Ajax (19th), Man City (20th), Inter Milan (33rd), Real Madrid (39th), Barcelona (54th) and Juventus (88th).
Perhaps even more impressively, despite having played more matches than most others on the list, Rangers are one of only two unbeaten sides in the top 20, alongside Red Star of Serbia, who are marching towards the SuperLiga crown.
Saturday’s victory over Killie took Rangers to within four wins of a first top-flight title in a decade and if they can keep their current standards up until the end of the season, there’s every chance they’ll hold onto top spot in this worldwide form table, too.
Next up for Steven Gerrard’s side is European duty, though, with a Europa League Round of 32 first leg clash against Royal Antwerp on Thursday night and the manager has received a major boost ahead of the game.