After defeating Aberdeen 2-1, Rangers have now scored an almighty 59 goals and let in just six from 23 games, which means this is looking like becoming one of the most dominant league displays seen across Europe in some time, and statistically, one the best in Scottish top flight history. In truth, it is utter brilliance from Gerrard and co. and whilst it isn't a shock seeing such a gargantuan club return to the top, to see them do so in such record-breaking fashion is, given Celtic's dominance the past decade.
What has got Rangers these 59 goals in 23 outings is the fact the goals have been spread out throughout the team. Right now, captain James Tavernier is leading the way as the club's top scorer (14) and the Scottish Premiership's top scorer (11).
Then, just behind Tavernier in the SPFL scoring chart is Kemar Roofe, who has netted 12 for the club this season and 10 in the league. After which is the clinical Alfredo Moreles, who seems to have finally found his feet after a surprisingly slow start to the campaign, and if he is to get firing, Rangers' goalscoring feats are only going to continue.
Morelos has now scored three goals in his last three SPFL appearances, after scoring just three in 16 league games. It did seem as if the Colombian was struggling with form because of interest from elsewhere, but with Rangers now on course to break all sorts of records, Morelos seems to have screwed his head back on and hit goalscoring form once more. Now, despite sitting with just six league goals and five behind leader Tavernier, now might be the time he finally hits the form that has seen his score 43 SPFL goals in 84 appearances.
As of now, Tavernier is priced at 6/1 to win the top scorer award, whilst Roofe is the favourite 9/4, just as Morelos sits with odds of 12/1.