Scotch championship clash features Rangers and Queen-of-South. The match will take place at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow on Saturday, March 26.
One of the most honorable teams in the history of Scotch football was almost vanished in 2011 due to massive debts. The club kept professional status but got relegated to the very bottom of Scotch professional football. Five years later Rangers are ready to break back into top flight league. Mark Warburton’s are leaders of Scotch Championship with 23 wins, 3 draws and 3 defeats with 75-21 aggregate goal difference and ahead of the second team by 11 points. Rangers ended their 15-match unbeaten streak in last match with away loss to Falkirk 2-3. In 15 matches at own field Rangers took 43 out 0f 45 possible points, scoring 42 goals and allowing 9.
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Queen-of-South are mid-table team from the second division with no ambitions to get promoted. The visitors have 37 points after 29 matches and currently sit on 6th place in the league. The team played 14 matches away from home, taking 4 wins, 1 draw and 9 defeats with overall goal difference 12-18. The team lost 8 out of their 9 away matches and the series of defeats on the road last 6 games.
Rangers have unquestionable advantage in head-to-heads between these teams. The hosts should take another confident victory in the upcoming match and confirm their leadership in the division.
Prediction for the match: Queen-of-South not to score.