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Live Reporting

Clive Lindsay and Matthew Reed

All times stated are UK

  1. Rangers win the Scottish Premiership title

    Congrats once again to Rangers who are this season's Scottish Premiership champions.

    Sportscene is just about to start on the BBC Scotland channel, which you can access at the top of this page. You can watch highlights of the draw between Dundee United and Celtic that clinched the title for Rangers.

    However, for now, that's us signing off. Thanks for your company.

    Rangers win title
  2. 'It's a monumental achievement'

    More from Steven Gerrard: "This has been a team effort and a collective effort - it is a monumental achievement and I am just so proud to be the manager of that."

    “We are in March and I need them to keep delivering until the end of the season. "

    "We need to enjoy this and get ourselves ready for the next challenge. Glasgow Rangers is about winning and we all live under that pressure, and that responsibility, but it is about what is next and it is about me getting these players ready for what is next."

    "I want to get into the last eight of the Europa League and that is the next challenge and the focus is very much on that."

  3. 'There's more to come' - Gerrard

    Speaking to RangersTV, manager Steven Gerrard: "It is very difficult to put into words right now. I'm on a real, emotional high and it has been a journey that is not finished."

    "There is more to come and the next thing for me, when you win, it is always about what is next, and I am so proud of the players first and foremost - they are the most important people inside the club."

    "But they are not as important as the supporters - they are what makes this club and it is for them and we have been down at times, really low at times, but this is an incredible high."

    Steven Gerrard
  4. 'I've dedicated my life for moments like this' - Defoe

    Speaking to RangersTV, striker Jermain Defoe: "I've dedicated mywshole career, my whole life, for these kind of moments. I always knew it would happen at some point in my career, that's the thing that's kept me going. You'll never forget moments like this. It's hard to find words."

    "It means the world, it's emotional. the first thing I did was Facetime my mum. Everyone's played their part and it's been an unbelievable season."

    Jermain Defoe
  5. I hate to say I told you so

    Former Rangers midfielder Charlie Adam is claiming psychic powers online.

    But 12 months ago even the most optimistic Rangers fans would have found it hard to believe a result this emphatic was on the cards.

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  6. Can Rangers match Celtic's invincible season?

    Here's the table which confirms Rangers as Scottish Premiership champions.

    If Rangers win all six of their remaining games they will match the points tally achieved by Celtic in their invincible season under Brendan Rodgers.

    Scottish Premiership table
  7. Tom English reflects on an emphatic title win

    "For Rangers fans it'll have been worth the wait, but nothing was worth the madness. It'll be sweet, though. Sweeter than any of us outside of the club could possibly fathom, no matter how hard we try."

    Read the full piece here

    Rangers fans gather outside of Ibrox
  8. 'Surreal moment' - Kamara; 'There's more to come' - Aribo

    Speaking to RangersTV, midfielder Glen Kamara:"It's a surreal moment. I don't even know how to feel right now. Everyone's just trying to live the moment just now. We'll just enjoy today."

    Midfielder Joe Arbio on Rangers TV:"My aim was to come here and win trophies and titles, that's what we've done. I've achieved what I wanted to achieve, but obviously there's more to come."

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  9. Tavernier a 'proud' captain

    Speaking to RangersTV, captain James Tavernier: "There's no words really that can describe it. I'm absolutely delighted for the club, the fans, the players, especially the fans.

    "To do it this year with everything surrounding this season, it's monumental. This is a terrific day for the club and the fans.

    "We've wanted the consistency and we've shown that this season. We've been absolutely terrific the boys have been terrific. I'm just so proud of them."

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  10. Fans react to title victory

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    Video caption: 'From 10 years or misery to this... bouncing' - Rangers fans celebrate at Ibrox
  11. Celebrations continue

    Fans are continuing to gather outside of Ibrox and at the club's traning ground

    Fans gather outside Ibrox
    Rangers celebrate with fans
    Image caption: Ryan Jack is leading the chants outside the Rangers training ground
  12. Watch: Highlights on Sportscene

    You can catch up with highlights of the draw between Dundee United and Celtic that clinched the title for Rangers later tonight.

    Sportscene is on the BBC Scotland channel from 19:15, with a repeat on BBC One Scotland at 23:45.

    Sportsound
  13. How is Gerrard success viewed from Anfield?

    Will it prove significant that Steven Gerrard secured Rangers' first league title in 10 years on the day Liverpool suffered a sixth consecutive home defeat?

    Eyebrows were raised when Jurgen Klopp and Gerrard both signed contract extensions with their current clubs that are due to expire on the same date.

    The assumption was that Gerrard was being lined up as the natural successor once the German swanned off victoriously into the Merseyside sunset.

    Instead, the wheels have come off at Gerrard's former club, last year's champions sit seventh after today's 1-0 loss to Fulham and in danger of missing out on European qualification. What price an early approach for their former captain if they are looking for a new boss?

    Steven Gerrard and Jurgen Klopp
    Image caption: Steven Gerrard is highly regarded by Jurgen Klopp
  14. Happy Arfield

    Scott Arfield
    Image caption: Rangers midfielder Scott Arfield signalled his joy to fans at the club's training ground
  15. 'It's been a long 10 years'

    Stuart McCall

    Former Motherwell and Rangers manager on Sportsound

    Quote Message: A great day for Rangers, naturally. Steven's had two really good European campaigns and currently in the third one. They've been slowly building and that's what managers need - they need time. He's been given that. It's been a long 10 years and it's been a tough 10 years for Rangers supporters
  16. What's next for Rangers?

    If Celtic had managed a victory today at Tannadice rather than drawing, the title race would have continued to a potentially monumental showdown with Rangers on 21 March.

    Instead, that will be relegated to a less meaningful Old Firm derby where only pride will be at stake.

    Before then, Rangers return to the Europa League arena on Thursday with an away match against Slavia Prague in the first leg of their last-16 tie, with the return leg at Ibrox on 18 March.

    After the international break, Rangers begin their Scottish Cup campaign with a home match against Cove Rangers on 3 April. Can they end Celtic's grip on that trophy too?

    The first of Rangers' post-split fixtures in the Premiership will be on the weekend of 10 and 11 April.