Rangers bosses led a poignant tribute alongside members of the Armed Forces ahead of a cinch Premiership match at Ibrox.

In a pre-match ceremony, Rangers chairman John Bennett and manager Philippe Clement were joined by Armed Forces representatives to lay wreaths at the Govan stadium.

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A giant poppy wreath, made by disabled veterans at Lady Haig's Poppy Factory in Edinburgh, was placed at the John Greig Statue on Edmiston Drive.

A moment of silence to remember the fallen was observed by players, fans, staff, and match officials.

A striking display by fans saw the Sandy Jardine Stand transformed into a sea of red and white cards that read "Lest we forget" beneath a display of poppies.

The match is the closest one to Remembrance Sunday on November 12 for Rangers.