Steven Gerrard’s men are currently averaging just under 2.7 points per game and could finish with more than 100 points.
Winning all five of their games will see a points tally of 104.
Such a total will be two points lower than Celtic’s total under Brendan Rodgers in his first season as Parkhead boss.
Bettingexpert.com have looked at how Rangers’ season compares with other leagues around Europe.
If they win four of their five games they will be the only team to surpass the 100 point mark, finishing above Norwich City and Inter Milan who are predicted to finish with 96 and 91 points respectively.
Rangers’ Europa League conquerors Slavia Prague, plus Manchester City, Atletico Madrid and Sporting Club are all expected to reach 90 points.
A Bettingexpert.com spokesperson said: “In what could be an unbeaten season for Rangers in the Scottish Premiership, they’re on course to be the ‘champion of champions’ of Europe.
“This is just shy of Celtic’s record of 106, which Gers fans will be disappointed about. However, after a 10 year wait, Rangers can once again call themselves the best team in Scotland – and now statistically the best in Europe.”
Rangers found out their post-split fixtures on Monday afternoon.
The Scottish champions will begin with a home match with Hibs before the final Old Firm clash at Ibrox is sandwiched between midweek trips to St Johnstone and Livingston before finishing the campaign by welcoming Aberdeen to Govan in the middle of May.