Rangers will have been crossing their fingers over the potential of a domestic double this season after their disappointment in the League Cup.
The Bears crashed to defeat against St. Mirren back in December, and it remains the only scratch on their near-perfect record this season.
With the Scottish Premiership title almost in the bag this month, there could be another piece of silverware on the line; the Scottish Cup.
The Scottish Government had put a halt to the lower leagues during the COVID-19 pandemic, also bringing a stop to the cup competitions.
Nicola Sturgeon has delivered a huge update on Tuesday, with the lower levels of the SPFL set to return in the coming weeks.
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Cove Rangers are currently in League One and haven’t played since the last round of the Scottish Cup which was at the start of January.
The lower-league side won at Alloa to set up the trip to Ibrox, and it appears as though they will finally get the chance to do just that.
Rangers will be more determined than ever, and they will look to demolish anyone in their way to try and secure this domestic double.
With the Scottish Premiership basically secured already, Steven Gerrard has no reason, except the Europa League games to rest some of his best players.
The invincibles record in the league is on the line, but after the next Old Firm this month, the Bears should cruise to that given their form in all competitions.
Cove Rangers will return to training, and then return negative tests before their trip to Ibrox, all of this after two months away, they could get destroyed.
This will be the perfect start for Rangers, as they look to charge towards another piece of silverware this season.
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