By Pranav Shahaney

15th May, 2021 | 8:39am

Sky Sports post sneak peek of Premiership trophy with Gers name on

Sky Sports have shared a sneak peek of the Scottish Premiership trophy with Rangers engraved on it as the winners of the 2020/21 campaign.

Gers captain James Tavernier will be presented the trophy today afternoon after the game against Aberdeen.

It’s been a hugely impressive season for the 55-time champions who will be looking to bow out on a winning note – and finish the campaign unbeaten with over 100 points in the bag.

This will be Rangers’ first Scottish Premiership trophy presentation at the Ibrox Stadium since they last won the league in 2011.

However, the occasion will be made slightly less memorable as fans will not be allowed inside the stadium due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Per the BBC, Police Scotland have already issued a public order notice to urge fans not to celebrate their title win in large numbers.

What a season it’s been

Unbelievable. What Steven Gerrard and this Rangers side have achieved is nothing short of spectacular and they deserve all the credit that’s coming their way.

It would’ve been special for the fans to show them how they feel, but we’re certain that they must’ve seen the huge celebrations on the streets of Glasgow over the past few days and know that the Gers faithful are extremely proud of them.

Allan McGregor has been absolutely phenomenal in goal, winning the SPFL Premiership Player of the Year after keeping 16 cleansheets in the league this term.

Tavernier’s influence both on and off the pitch has been obvious to anyone who’s seen us play and this achievement wouldn’t have been possible without the right-back.

This is a summer transfer window that we’re looking forward to as there’s so much riding on how it transpires. We’re set to play the Champions League next season and could take steps in the direction of getting Rangers’ name back on the European map each season.

Come on the Gers!

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