Derek Ferguson predicts Rangers clash v Aberdeen
Derek Ferguson has backed Rangers to crush Aberdeen in their final Scottish Premiership clash of the season on Saturday afternoon.
The Bears will lift the title at Ibrox and can bust the 100-point mark as well as going unbeaten for the entirety of the season by avoiding defeat.
Ferguson believes there is no question surrounding the outcome of the game, with the Dons not hitting the ground running under Stephen Glass.
Speaking on the Open Goal show on YouTube, Ferguson also sent a message to the fans to celebrate the title success responsibly in Glasgow.
“It’s an amazing feat for them for where they’ve come from,” he said.
“It looks as if they’re going to go through undefeated, so I don’t see any other result bar Rangers winning, and I think there will be fans about.”
We can’t believe after only three years of Steven Gerrard arriving at Ibrox, we are one game away from an invincible campaign, not only that but breaking the 100-point milestone too.
The Dons have been no match this season, and haven’t given us a tough clash yet compared to the likes of St Johnstone and Hibernian at times throughout.
Gerrard won’t be taking this lightly and will be naming his strongest squad available in the hope of one more demolition job on the final day.
The last thing we want to be doing is lifting the title on the back of losing this incredible achievement and not hitting 100 points, it would slightly ruin it.
Ferguson is confident, and so are we; bring it on.
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