The Glasgow giants have a big game on Thursday night where they need to beat Real Betis away from home to guarantee a place in the knockout rounds of the Europa League.


But Rangers have a massive opportunity to win their first trophy of the season on Sunday when they take on Aberdeen in the Scottish League Cup final at Hampden Park.




Rangers fans remain wary about a squad who have often failed in big games over the last few years and have flattered to deceive, leaving Ferguson nervous.


Ferguson admitted that this is their chance to win back the trust of the Rangers fans, turn up on a big day and win the Scottish League Cup by beating Aberdeen next weekend.



Asked about Rangers’ inability to perform in big games in recent seasons, the former Gers captain said on the Go Radio Football Show: “That’s why the players need to go and turn on the style and do the business on Sunday.


“I am nervous going into the game, I know there is a big one on Thursday and they need to get three points.



“But this group of players need to turn up and perform on Sunday to make sure that they bring the trophy back to Ibrox.”


Philippe Clement has a massive chance to bag his first trophy as Rangers manager and build momentum for the title race in the second half of the season.