Officers shut to inside three successes of a first Scottish Premiership title in quite a while by whipping Dundee United 4-1 on Sunday to open up an important Celtic lead.
Steven Gerrard's men did not indicate weakness from an exciting 4-3 success over Royal Antwerp in their Europa League's primary leg. Keep going 32 ties on Thursday as three objectives quickly either side of half-time guaranteed a pleasant evening at Ibrox.
Ianis Hagi opened the scoring when he avoided Joe Aribo's shot home 10 minutes before the break. Ryan Kent immediately slaughtered the game as a challenge as his volley took an avoidance on its way in.
Aribo's shocking strike made it 3-0 preceding Rangers were skilled a fourth when United goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist's freedom bounced back in off Alfredo Morelos. Minutes later, Morelos was brought down for punishment, yet Siegrist offered peace to deny Borna Barisic from the spot.
Officers surrendered for simply the second time in 15 homegroup games this season, a little ways from time when Marc McNulty pulled a comfort back for the guests.
Celtic can cut the hole at the top back to 15 focuses when traveling to Ross County later. In any case, the Hoops pursue their Glasgow rivals look a lonely one, and Rangers could seal the title when the two meet at Celtic Park one month from now.