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19/04/2019 - 23:32 BST

I’m Convinced Rangers Can Now Go Unbeaten – Former Ger


Derek Ferguson believes Rangers can go unbeaten until the end of the season as the pressure is now well and truly off the Gers.

Steven Gerrard’s men endured a remarkable dip in form after the turn of the year and have subsequently allowed rivals Celtic to run away with a significant lead at the summit of the Scottish Premiership table.

The Light Blues are currently 11 points adrift of Celtic and have all but given up hope of preventing the Bhoys from securing an eighth consecutive league title at the end of the season.

Despite falling off the pace in the title race, Rangers do want to finish the season strongly and take on Hearts at the weekend.

And ahead of their trip to the capital, Rangers have been backed by former Ger Ferguson, who thinks the side can now go unbeaten.

The former midfielder conceded the Old Firm giants have failed in the big games this season, but insisted they can now play with freedom.

“I think when it's come to the big games that’s where Rangers have failed of late and that’s a disappointment for me and the fans”, Ferguson said on Open Goal.

“There’s one or two players that just don't stand up when they come under a bit of pressure, but the pressure is off [now].

“I’m sure that Rangers can go unbeaten towards the end of the season because that pressure, that weight has been lifted off their shoulders and they can just go and play free football.”

It remains to be seen if Gerrard will hand game time to players who may not be at Rangers next season, in the shape of Joe Worrall and Ryan Kent.