Rangers are looking into whether any of their players have violated Covid protocols after allegations that team members attended a party in Glasgow that police broke up in the early hours of Sunday, and Scottish police confirmed 10 people issued fixed penalty notices after a gathering in Glasgow, with online reports. She claims that those present included Rangers players. The Scottish Premier League leaders issued this statement on Twitter: “Rangers are aware of an alleged incident and are undergoing internal investigation. We will not make any further comment.” “We received reports of a gathering at a house in Hayburn Lane, Glasgow at 1.10 am on Sunday 14 February,” a Scotland Police spokesperson told Sky Sports News. The officers attended and the attendants left. 10 people have been issued fixed penalty notices for violating coronavirus regulations. “Jack’s blow is approaching Gears, Ryan Jack’s goal pushed the Rangers one step further towards the Scottish Premier League title with a slim 1-0 win over Kilmarnock on Saturday. The midfielder fired a superb shot from 25 yards in the 38th minute of a lackluster first half at Ibrox. Light Blues More chances shortly after the break but were unable to extend their lead and thus could not relax against Killie’s strong side until the final whistle.After losing two points to Hamilton last week, Steven Gerrard’s side are back, without the arrested attackers Alfredo Morelos and Kimar Rove On the way to victories, Celtic’s victory over St. Johnston on Sunday means the lead at the top of the standings is still 18 points.