Unbeaten aim for Gerrard
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has called on his side to "leave a legacy" by going the entire Scottish Premiership season unbeaten.
Gerrard's Rangers are 1/4 to complete their title-winning campaign with a win over Aberdeen, who are 9/1 to win with the draw 5/1, in the Scottish top-flight on Saturday.
Gers are fresh from beating Livingston 3-0 in their penultimate league encounter of the season, meaning they are one match away from an unbeaten campaign and a win would see them surpass 100 points for the first time in their history.
Rangers have never hit 100 points plus, which is a big motivation.Steven Gerrard
The Glasgow club have also set a record for the most clean sheets in a 38-game season with their shutout against Livingston their 25th this term and they have only conceded a total 13 goals in 2020-21.
Rangers won the Scottish Premiership title back in March after Celtic failed to beat Dundee United and the club have taken 23 more points than their Old Firm rivals as the final weekend of the season approaches.
They will be rewarded with the Scottish Premiership trophy against Aberdeen this weekend and Liverpool legend Gerrard believes his players will be motivated to make history at Ibrox, where they have won all 18 of their league matches this term.
Their opponents Aberdeen are currently in fourth spot and are unable to catch third-placed Hibernian.
"Rangers have never hit 100 points plus, which is a big motivation for us," said Gerrard.
"They have got the clean sheet record now. The boys have got an opportunity not just to be champions but to leave a legacy from the season."