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Mon Nov 9 2:22 pm  #1


Rangers 4 Alloa 0

Rangers 4 - 0 Alloa:
The numbers add up for Mark Warburton's side at Ibrox

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/resources/images/4408044.jpg?htype=0&display=1&type=mc3

ONE from James Tavernier and two from Martyn Waghorn clinched the three points for Rangers before Nicky Clark made it four and kept them five clear at the top of the Championship.

Numbers are important for Mark Warburton but it is the final one in the sequence, their advantage over Hibernian, which is the most significant. Come the end of the campaign, it is only one that will matter.

Plenty of others made for encouraging reading for the Rangers boss on Saturday, though, as his side saw off Alloa with ease and ensured their defeat at Easter Road last weekend was only a blip, and not the start of a Championship slip.

Rangers ended the game with 70 per cent possession and 21 shots at goal, 14 of which were on target, and nine corners. It was more than enough to clinch the points but the scoreboard really should have ticked over a few more times.

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/resources/images/4407912.jpg?type=article-full


When Rangers suffered their first defeat of the season against St Johnstone in the League Cup in September, they responded with a 4-0 win over Morton as they quickly got back on track. The same outcome had the same effect on Saturday.
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