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  • Scottish Premiership
    Rangers 4 Dundee 0
    • Miller 39', Morelos 68', Murphy 79', Candeias 90'
    FT HT 1 - 0

    Rangers Produced A Dominant Display To See Off Dundee And Move Second In The Premiership.

    • By TheDarkBlues
    • 07th April 2018, 12:00 am

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    Line Ups


    • 1 Foderingham
    • 2 Tavernier
    • 40 McCrorie34' Bruno Alves 65'67'
    • 33 Martin
    • 3 John
    • 48 Docherty Halliday 62'
    • 10 Dorrans
    • 21 Candeias
    • 9 Miller Goss 78'
    • 28 Murphy
    • 20 Morelos83'


    • 16 Halliday
    • 17 Hodson
    • 22 Bruno Alves
    • 25 Alnwick
    • 26 Cummings
    • 27 Goss
    • 29 O'Halloran

    Dundee :

    • 12 Parish Ferie 85'
    • 5 Kusunga43'
    • 24 Meekings
    • 4 Caulker
    • 14 O'Hara
    • 28 Spence Wighton 58'
    • 8 Kamara
    • 3 Holt
    • 21 Deacon
    • 9 Moussa54' Leitch-Smith 75'
    • 17 Murray


    • 2 Kerr
    • 7 Leitch-Smith
    • 15 Aurtenetxe
    • 23 Wolters
    • 33 Wighton
    • 35 Scott
    • 38 Ferie
    Referee: Greg Aitken
    Attendance: 49,142
    Photo courtesy of: Derek Gerrard Photography

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  • Scottish Premier

    Pos Team Pld GD Pts
    1 Celtic 33 43 75
    2 Rangers 33 29 62
    3 Aberdeen 33 14 62
    4 Hibernian 33 14 59
    5 Kilmarnock 33 6 55
    6 Hearts 33 5 46
    7 Motherwell 33 -7 38
    8 St Johnstone 33 -15 38
    9 Hamilton Accies 33 -17 30
    10 Dundee 33 -22 30
    11 Ross County 33 -19 26
    12 Partick Thistle 33 -31 25

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