Steven Gerrard eager to reward Rangers fans with Premiership win at an empty Ibrox

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard celebrates during the Europa League play off second leg between Rangers and Legia Warsaw at Ibrox Stadium on August 29, 2019 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Steven Gerrard is confident Rangers can build on their opening day win at Aberdeen when they take to an empty Ibrox on Sunday.

The Gers kicked off their campaign with an important three points last weekend as Ryan Kent netted the only goal of the game.

St Mirren are the first visitors to Ibrox in Premiership action this term but there won't be the usual fanfare to greet Gerrard and his players.

“Certainly in the league it’s been a long time since we played at Ibrox," Gerrard said.

“We’ve had some preparation games there already this season with Coventry and Motherwell, but it’s been some time since we played a competitive league match.

“The circumstances are not ideal, it’s not what we want.

“There is nothing better than a full Ibrox when the fans are behind us.

“It is what it is and we have to accept the situation in the current climate.

“We just have to get on with things and we want to put in a good performance and get a good result which the fans will be happy with.

“It’s all about building on the Aberdeen result and performance and trying to make it six out of six. That’s the plan.”

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