Rangers return home in the Scottish Premiership hoping for a comfortable win against lowly St Mirren
Just a few days after defeated Cowdenbeath in the Scottish Cup, Rangers are back in the Scottish Premiership trying to find their footing after the break. They will do it in front of the Ibrox faithful against lowly St Mirren.
Rangers have only played two matches in the Scottish Premiership since returning from the break with mixed results. A disappointing loss on the road against Kilmarnock and a 0-3 drilling of Livingston that was also on the road.
The good news is that Rangers will have a chance to fully right the get the ship headed in the right direction as they head towards the final third of the season. This will mark their first competitive home match since the break and it is against St Mirren who have struggled all season and been a fairly easy victory for Rangers at other points this season.
On the plus side, despite having a short turnaround from the Scottish Cup tie that took place mid-week, the players should be fairly well-rested given that most of the regulars got the night off when Rangers traveled to Cowdenbeath for the match.
The month of February is going to be hugely important for Rangers. They have some winnable league games and will continue to compete in the Scottish Cup, if they are to stop Celtic from completing a treble-treble they will need to come through and start off strong by taking care of a lesser opponent in this match.
As always, to all the Bears at the match cheer loud and remember you are representing Rangers fans from all over the world.
Onward the Gers!