Dethroned Scottish Champions Rangers Eye Redemption on May 15


Rangers will get the chance to end the current campaign on a high and get over the disappointment of losing the Scottish Premiership League title to rivals Celtic.

Celtic were crowned champions, Wednesday, dethroning Rangers following the 1-1 draw against Dundee.
The outcome of the game means Ange Postecoglou’s side have picked up 90 points and built a four points lead over Rangers with one round of games left to play.
On the same night Rangers roundly beat Ross County, 4-0 at the Ibrox Stadium and the Nigerian trio of Calvin Bassey, Joe Aribo and Leon Balogun all played some part in it.
Bassey started in a four-man CB formation, while Aribo was deployed as False 9. After the break Aribo was replaced in a double substitution that saw, Balogun who started on the bench introduced as well.
Last season Rangers won their 55th league title, but fell short in their bid to reach the UEFA Champions League, however Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men can do so this time around if they go on to win the Europa League.
Rangers have an 18th May date against Frankfurt at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán in their first European final since 2008.
The Gers reached the final of the UEFA Cup, now Europa League, 14 years ago, but lost to Zenit Saint Petersburg.
If they can stop history from repeating itself, Rangers could end their 50-year wait for a major European title, and also get an automatic ticket to the Champions League.


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