Rangers did more than just win last night – shock extra

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Rangers did more than just win last night – shock extra

Article by: Derek
So, not only did Rangers win last night,
our win, coupled with Celtic’s draw has now propelled Scotland to 12th
place on the European coefficient.
Country
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
Points
1
Spain
20.142
19.714
19.571
15.071
74.498
2
England
14.928
20.071
22.642
15.285
72.926
3
Italy
14.25
17.333
12.642
11.642
55.867
4
Germany
14.571
9.857
15.214
13.857
53.499
5
France
14.416
11.5
10.583
8.5
44.999
6
Portugal
8.083
9.666
10.9
10.1
38.749
7
Russia
9.2
12.6
7.583
4.666
34.049
8
Belgium
12.5
2.6
7.8
7.4
30.3
9
Netherlands
9.1
2.9
8.6
9
29.6
10
Austria
7.375
9.75
6.2
5.2
28.525
11
Turkey
9.7
6.8
5.5
4.2
26.2
12
Scotland
4.375
4
6.75
9.25
24.375
13
Ukraine
5.5
8
5.6
5
24.1
14
Cyprus
5.5
7
6.125
5.125
23.75
15
Denmark
8.5
5.25
4.875
3.625
22.25
16
Serbia
2.875
6.375
6
6
21.25
17
Croatia
5.125
5.125
5.75
4.375
20.375
18
Greece
5.8
5.1
5.1
4.3
20.3
19
Czech Republic
5.5
5.5
6.5
2.5
20
20
Switzerland
4.3
6.5
3.9
4.8
19.5
I have shown here the standings with the
2015 season removed, as this will disappear at the end of the year. And with
the sole remaining Cyprus team, Apoel, losing last night we are now closing in
on Turkey, who only have İstanbul Başakşehir in the Europa League.
Yesterday İstanbul Başakşehir lost 3:1
against Sporting CP. So, if we manage to notch up another three wins, and İstanbul
Başakşehir is knocked out in the next match. Scotland could take the 11th
spot, and to reach 10th would require both Rangers and Celtic to get
to the Finals.
So, it looks like we can finally look
forward to Champions league football the year after next.

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