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SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Celtic 27 6 5 87
2 Rangers 23 9 6 78
3 Kilmarnock 19 10 9 67
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Rangers' Gerrard given one-match touchline ban for misconduct

Steven Gerrard accepted a charge of misconduct after Sunday's loss to Celtic.

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has been handed a one-match touchline ban after accepting a charge of misconduct following Sunday's 2-1 defeat in the Scottish Premiership by Glasgow rivals Celtic.

The Scottish FA said the former England captain had taken a fixed offer.

The Daily Record reported Gerrard made comments to referee Bobby Madden after the loss at Celtic Park.

In the match, Gerrard's side were reduced to 10 men after half an hour when Colombian Alfredo Morelos was sent off for a fifth...

Rangers boss Gerrard draws line with striker Morelos after fifth sending off

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has finally lost patience with striker Alfredo Morelos after the Colombian was sent off for a fifth time this season during their 2-1 Scottish Premiership defeat at Old Firm rivals Celtic on Sunday.

Morelos was shown a red card for elbowing Celtic captain Scott Brown in an off-the-ball incident with just half an hour gone at Celtic Park.

"I've gone above and beyond with Morelos. I can't defend that," said Gerrard, whose side slipped 13 points behind their fierce rivals...

Fan arrested for confronting Rangers captain James Tavernier

Rangers captain James Tavernier was confronted by a fan who was subsequently arrested in an ugly incident during a Scottish Premiership match at Hibernian on Friday which finished in a 1-1 draw.

The man tried to kick the ball away as Tavernier went over to the touchline to take a throw-in before the pair were involved in a scuffle. The fan was led away by police.

Hibernian chief executive Leeann Dempster told the BBC the 21-year-old supporter would be banned from Easter Road for life and that she...

Steven Gerrard after Rangers awarded 4 penalties: 'There could have actually been 5'

Rangers captain James Tavernier scored two of his team's four penalties at Ibrox.

Steven Gerrard said after Rangers were awarded four penalties in Saturday's 4-0 win over St Mirren that his team should have had five spot kicks.

Rangers kept the pressure on Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic with the easiest of home wins at Ibrox, which closed the gap to their Glasgow rivals to three points. Celtic travel to St Johnstone later on Sunday.

Captain James Tavernier opened the scoring from the spot in the third minute after Jermain Defoe had been tripped in the box, but missed a second...