Rangers' League Matches, Season 2015-2016.

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    Rangers' matches scheduled for TV, BT Sport and SKY, as at 31/07/2015.

    Friday 7 August: Rangers v St Mirren - 7pm (BT Sport 1)
    Sunday 16 August: Alloa Athletic v Rangers - 12pm (BT Sport 1)
    Sunday 30 August: Queen of the South v Rangers - 11.30am (BT Sport 1)
    Sunday 27 September: Greenock Morton v Rangers - 12.30pm (BT Sport)
    Sunday 25 October: St Mirren v Rangers -12.30pm (BT Sport)

    Sun 1st November : Hibernian 12:30 Rangers : Scottish Championship, Sky Sports (12:30)
     
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    Action from 07/08/2015, Rangers 3-1 St Mirren : Rangers FC - Video: 90 In 90 St Mirren (RTV)

    SPFL2 Scottish Championship results 08/08/2015.

    Dumbarton 2-1 Hibernian
    Greenock Morton 1-1 Falkirk
    Queen of the South 3-1 Alloa Athletic
    Raith Rovers 3-0 Livingston
     
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    SPFL2, Sunday 16/08/2015 : Alloa Athletic 1-5 Rangers

    That was a comprehensive victory, which sees Rangers top of the table after two games, so let's stay there !
    The half-time score was 1-4 and we hit the woodwork twice too.
    Rangers scored three more goals in the second half, two offside, one onside, which was given offside, whilst Miller's offside goal was given onside ... the balancing act ?!

    Match Report : Rangers FC - Alloa Athletic 1-5 Rangers

    Attendance : 3,047 (SSN)

    Manager's verdict : Rangers FC - Reaction: Manager & Tavernier (RTV)


    SPFL2 Scottish Championship results 15/08/2015.

    Falkirk 1-0 Raith Rovers
    Hibernian 1-0 Greenock Morton
    Livingston 0-1 Queen of the South
    St Mirren 1-2 Dumbarton
     
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    Hibs game sold out!!

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    Friday, 21 August 2015 15:00
    Sold Out Sunday
    Written by Barrie Lochrie

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    RANGERS fans will pack Ibrox again this weekend with the stadium once again sold out for the weekend's Championship clash with Hibs.

    Following a full house for the opening league match of the season against St Mirren a fortnight ago supporters have again ensured there will not be a spare seat on Sunday.

    With entertaining football on show throughout the season so far, fans have enjoyed following Mark Warburton's men on the road against Alloa and Ayr in the past week.

    Now, as Warburton's men wait to face Hibs again just four weeks after defeating the Edinburgh side 6-2, they can prepare in the knowledge they will experience another thrilling atmosphere.

    If you've missed out this time, don't forget that the best way to secure your seat for every home match this season and experience the fantastic roar of Ibrox is to pick up a season ticket - with prices starting from as little as £53 for juveniles, £263 for adults and £210 for concessions.

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    SPFL2, (Championship) Sunday 23/08/2015 : Rangers 1-0 Hibernian

    That was a tight, competitive match in which both sides had several scoring chances, won for Rangers by a superb free-kick from Tavernier. Rangers back on top of the table.
    That makes it 6 consecutive wins under Mark Warburton, which equals a record under Bill Struth from 1920.
    Let's see Rangers go one and many more better, I am sure the great man himself would want this to happen.

    Match Report : Rangers FC - Rangers 1-0 Hibernian

    Attendance : 49,220 (RFC)

    Manager's verdict : Rangers FC - Supporters Were Outstanding


    SPFL2 (Championship) results 21-22-23/08/2015 :

    Greenock Morton 0-0 St Mirren

    Dumbarton 0-2 Queen of the South
    Livingston 1-2 Falkirk
    Raith Rovers 3-0 Alloa Athletic

    Rangers 1-0 Hibernian
     
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    Turgid first half display from Rangers today. They really seemed to be a bit overawed by the massive support. Very little of the free flowing, pacey football we have been seeing from this season. They also gave Hibs far too much room to play their game.

    Improved in the second half. Tavernier's free kick was a peach and there was a some excellent football. Notably a slick passing move that ended in Kenny Miller sclaffing his shot.

    Waghorn impressed for me. I really like this guy. He's all over the pitch and he very rarely gives the ball away. Wilson's distribution was not good out of defence and he really needs to work on it, especially if he is going to continue to try those 40 yard Hollywood passes every time he gets the ball.

    Great result from a not so good display. The atmosphere in the ground was fantastic and we remain undefeated so it's not a bad day at the office for magic Mark.

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    Great day, wonderful atmosphere and a tough game.

    Agree with Aldo, Rangers definitely not at their best but glad to hear the manager say that too. The amount of times I've heard a Rangers manager say "3 points is all that matters" when we've scrapped past a Hamilton/ICT who've played us off the park really pisses me off.

    All in all, a great day for the players. To walk out to a bouncing Ibrox as a Rangers player must be a brilliant feeling.

    Must also say that it's a refreshing feeling that we're (Rangers fans anyway) all talking about football these days as opposed to boardroom squabbles so hats off to Dave King and co for that.

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