Rangers have finally hoisted high the Scottish Premiership league flag after postponing flag day to allow as many fans inside Ibrox as possible.

A sellout crowd is inside Ibrox today as Steven Gerrard's side take on Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership.

Chairman Douglas Park and John Greig were on hand to raise the flag prior to kick off and supporters celebrated in style before the players took to the field.

Glasgow Times:

Rangers created the league flag themselves following a row with league sponsors cinch.

The Premiership champions are in a legal dispute with the SPFL after refusing to use the branding of used car sales firm cinch on their shirts or around Ibrox.

Murdoch MacLennan, the SPFL chairman, labelled Rangers' actions as 'very disappointing' amid fears that cinch could look to rip up the agreement that provides much-needed financial support to Scottish football.

Glasgow Times:

Rangers insist that rule I7 of the SPFL states that member clubs are ‘not obliged to comply with this rule if to do so would result in that club being in breach of a contractual obligation entered into prior to the commercial contract concerned' and have accused the Hampden board of blowing £500,000 of League funds on agency fees to secure the five-year deal.