The Newco are again getting preferential treatment by their friends in the SPFL hierarchy with a looming match vs Hearts at Hampden in the League Cup Semi Final.
The match is pivotal to their manager Michael beale staying in a job and also in the current Ibrox franchise having the ability to sing guff like it is the most successful team in football.
Should the 12 year old team fail to win the trophy they leave themselves open to have their combined tally over taken should Celtic do the double.
So cutting Hearts ticket allocation and making sure that there are more The Rangers fans in the stadium has become a priority, as if the referees both on the pitch and in VAR are not enough.
SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster said: “We are delighted to confirm that the Viaplay Cup semi-final ticket prices have been frozen for this season’s matches.
“We are very much looking forward to two big games at the National Stadium in early November and wish all four clubs the very best of luck as they aim to book a return trip to Hampden Park for the final on Sunday December 17.”
Hibernian and Aberdeen fans will be split evenly across the national stadium for the 5.15pm kick-off November 4.
However, there won’t be a 50/50 split the following day, with Rangers fans occupying the South, North and West Stands for the 3pm kick-off, while Hearts supporters will be based in the South and East Stands, with the club having access to up to 20,000 tickets.
It seems all hands are on deck to help the Newco win its first ever League Cup, not that anything less was to be expected.