"On the face of it, a draw with Aberdeen isn't a bad result, and we're sure Stevie G will emphasise the positives of that display, but we do also think the title race is done".
Announcing the move on Twitter, the bookies added: "Rangers drew their opening league game under Steven Gerrard".
"We were very good with 11 men, and even better with 10".
"It's frustrating to lose the late goal".
Speaking to RangersTV the 29-year-old said: "It does feel a little hard done by, I don't know if it should but with ten men and the circumstances of losing a goal in the 91 minute it is understandable".
For Aberdeen coach Derek McInnes, it was only the third time in nine clashes with Rangers he has avoided defeat.
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The report suggests that Gerrard and the Light Blues hierarchy were impressed by Barisic in their Europa League encounters with Osijek and are on the verge of completing a deal for the defender. "Every single player carried out exactly what we asked of them". Unfortunately, we have then conceded a goal.
"We need to try and use it to our advantage".
James Tavernier converted a penalty on the half-hour mark to give his side a deserved lead as they fought back in tough circumstances and the captain's strike from 12 yards looked to have been enough to secure a win.
Aberdeen suffered a further blow soon afterwards when highly-rated centre-back Scott McKenna, who is wanted by Swansea as a replacement for Alfie Mawson after he left for Fulham, went off injured. Morelos retaliated and aimed a kick at McKenna and received his marching orders.
On Saturday Celtic began their bid for an eighth consecutive Scottish Premiership title in style with a convincing 3-1 victory against Livingston.
Two former Celtic strikers were split on whether it was the right call. At the same time, with the penalty, there was no attempt to play the ball.