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Iconic figures from the world of Scottish football are attending memorial service for Smith following his death last month.
Ibrox club have conceded the first goal in their past four matches and in 10 games in total this season.
Hearse carrying Smith's coffin passes supporters lining streets at stadium ahead of private family service.
In a statement released on Tuesday morning, Rangers FC chairman Douglas Park paid tribute to the Light Blues legend.
The Greek-born Australian says he is well aware of the significance of the Glasgow derby fixture.
Jon Dahl Tomasson believes Rangers are 'the big favourite' to win crucial Champions League qualifier at Ibrox.
Frasers Group planning leadership reshuffle that would see founder and former Rangers shareholder Ashley leave his current role.
Glasgow City Council ready to grant permission for clubs to have maximum attendances at Ibrox and Celtic Park.
Chief superintendent Mark Sutherland says scenes of violence in George Square were 'not a good day for the city'.
Steven Gerrard's side will travel to either Greece or Bulgaria if they defeat Malmo in Champions League qualifier.
Rangers manager says he has 'really strong relationship' with Connor Goldson amid ongoing contract discussions.
Bristol Rovers manager Barton charged with assault by beating after a woman suffered a head injury.
Club also says it expects a full house at Ibrox for the Champions League qualifier against either Malmo or HJK Helsinki.
Steven Gerrard's side defeat Partick Thistle 1-0 in pre-season friendly at Firhill.
Police concluded that a video of Rangers players allegedly using sectarian language during Ibrox celebrations was edited.
Rangers, Celtic, St Johnstone, Hibs and Aberdeen will be Scotland's entrants in European competition next season.
An investigation was launched after the clip allegedly showing the use sectarian language was reported to Police Scotland.
It is understood the proposal would also have seen four more title parties held in the days after.
Assistant chief constable says there are 'plenty of armchair critics' as he praises 'first class' policing operation at weekend.
Police have already arrested 28 people in relation to various offences on Saturday.