The next batch of games for Glasgow Rangers will come thick and fast before the official winter break from Saturday 29 December until  Saturday 26 January 2019.

Glasgow Rangers have 11 very important games between league ties and European competition. Here is the full list of games:

Rangers v Livingston 3pm – Sat. 24 Nov 

Rangers v Villarreal 8pm – Thu. 29 Nov

Hearts v Rangers 12 noon – Sun. 2 Dec

Rangers v Aberdeen 7.45pm – Wed. 5 Dec

Dundee v Rangers 1.30pm – Sun. 9 Dec

Rapid Vienna v Rangers 5.55pm – Thu. 13 Dec

Rangers v Hamilton 3pm Sun. 16 Dec

Hibernian v Rangers 7.45pm – Wed. 19 Dec

St Johnstone v Rangers 12.15 – Sun. 23 Dec

Rangers v Hibernian 3pm – Wed. 26 Dec

Rangers v Celtic 12.30pm – Sat. 29 Dec

This is when Rangers and Celtic will decide how many new players will be required by each club to help them win the league with that final push for the title and the Scottish Cup.

The second half of the season kicks off with these two difficult away games with Stevie Clarke’s Killie and the hated plastic pitch of Livingston. Not proving to be easy places to win all three points nowadays.

Kilmarnock v Rangers 7.45 Wed. 23 Jan’19

Livingston v Rangers 3pm – Sat. 26 Jan.

According to a report by Fotomac, from Turkey, Steven Gerrard is still believed to be keen on reuniting with ex teammate Martin Skrtel, who is currently playing his football with Fenerbahce in Istanbul.

Martin Skrtel of Fenerbahce SK during the UEFA Europa League round of 16 match between Fenerbahce and FK Krasnodar on February 22, 2017 at the Sukru Saracoglu stadium in Istanbul, Turkey

The 33-year-old’s contract is due to expire in the summer and the Ibrox club side will be allowed to speak with the player during January’s transfer window.

A pre-contract offer of a 3-year-free-transfer-deal could be enough to sway Skrtel to play his football in Glasgow for a world record breaking team, and enjoy teaming up with his good friend Gerrard again. 

Of course getting a deal done could prove difficult for Rangers, if a lucrative counter approach comes from Fenerbahce, to extend the centre halves current wages to continue with his life in Istanbul.

38-year-old northern Irish Internationalist who made his Ibrox debut for the second half of the ‘magnificent seven’ (see what I did there), goals that Rangers scored during the demolition against the bully boys of Motherwell.

Ex-West Brom captain McAuley only has a one-year-deal with the ‘Teddy Bears’ which finishes in the summer and could possibly make way for the younger Skrtel.

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