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It’s first versus tenth in the Scottish Premiership this weekend as Rangers, with an Old Firm Derby against Celtic on the agenda next week, take on a Ross County side looking to edge away from relegation danger.
Giovanni van Brockhorst’s side made pretty hard work of Livingston on Wednesday night but came through that test unscathed to preserve their four-point lead at the top of the table, while the Staggies relinquished a one-goal advantage to lose in injury time against Dundee United last time out.
That makes it back-to-back defeats for Ross County in league and cup, but generally speaking their Scottish Premiership form is improving, so they could provide a stern test for the league leaders this weekend.
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Ross County may be languishing at the bottom end of the table, but they have made some decent progress as the season has worn on.
Malky Mackay’s side have only lost three of their last ten games, which, granted, is hardly anything to get excited about, but it’s a marked improvement from just one victory in the 12 games previous to that.
But in Rangers they face a side who certainly have their number. The Glaswegians are unbeaten in 13 matches and have never lost against this weekend’s opponents.
Not only that, but they score plenty of goals against them too. In the last four meetings, Rangers have notched up a whopping 17 goals, which is made up of three four-goal routs and a 5-0 thrashing last season.
And with the hosts on a run of just one clean sheet in their last nine, we expect that to continue, so our selection here is for Over 2.5 Rangers goals at 6/4.
While the form of Dundee and St Johnstone continues to tank, Ross County have been quietly picking up results to ease their relegation worries.
Their midweek defeat to an out-of-form Dundee United side will be seen as a missed opportunity, but recent victories against Motherwell and bottom side St Johnstone have helped heave themselves out of the bottom two.
The Staggies were perhaps a tad unfortunate in the early reaches of the season, but luck tends to even itself out and that appears to be the case here. Scoring goals was never the problem, but they were often coming out of high-scoring games on the wrong side.
The tide is certainly turning, but Rangers’ class will surely prove too much once again.
Their Scottish Premiership title defence is very much going to plan, but the Old Firm Derby at Celtic Park next week will tell a huge tale in the race for this year’s crown.
Both Glasgow giants should come through this weekend with maximum points, but victory for Rangers next Wednesday would see them stretch their lead at the top of the table to seven points.
Defeat, however, would cut their lead down to a point, so Rangers will be desperate to maintain their good run of form with a convincing victory in Dingwall this weekend.
But their victory over Livingston on Wednesday wasn’t pretty. Van Bronckhorst’s side had to be patient, but they were rewarded with a Scott Arfield goal in the final 15 minutes to maintain their solid yet delicate cushion at the top of the tree.
Ross County have spent much of their history outside of the top flight, so we only have 15 previous meetings between the two to go off.
However, Rangers have total dominance of this fixture, having won 12 of those clashes, all of which have come consecutively, with their first three encounters all ending in draws.
This one takes place at Victoria Park, which has been Ross County’s home for nearly a century.
Their home form this season has been a tale of two halves. They were winless in their first five league games this season and were conceding goals by the bucketload, but just one defeat in the five since then has taken them clear of the relegation zone.
Rangers have lost only one Scottish Premiership game all season, having completed the entire 2020/21 campaign undefeated, and it’s hard to see anything other than that record being extended this weekend.
Ross County know that more winnable games await them, with the likes of Livingston and Dundee awaiting them in February, so we don’t expect them to put up too much of a fight in this one.
It’s also worth taking the midweek action into account, and with Rangers having a clear advantage in regards to squad depth, it’s no surprise that we fancy them to overwhelm their opponents once again.