Chris Sutton predicts Rangers clash v Ross County
By Danny Wright
Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton has predicted that Rangers will get back to winning ways by the skin of their teeth when they travel to Ross County on Sunday.
The Light Blues haven’t won a Scottish Premiership fixture since the opening day of the season, however the ex-England international believes that Pedro Caixinha’s men will earn a 1-0 win at Dingwall this weekend.
Sutton’s prediction, which was posted on his personal Twitter account on Friday, is perhaps based on the fact that there has only been a margin of one or fewer goals in Rangers’ opening three league fixtures.
.@btsportfootball Celtic 3-1 St J, Killie 1-1 Hamilton, Motherwell 1-1 Hearts, Dundee 1-2 Hibs, Thistle 0-1 Aberdeen, Ross C 0-1 Rangers⚽️????
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) August 25, 2017
The Light Blues beat Motherwell 2-1 on the opening day and that was following by a 3-2 loss to Hibernian and a goalless draw with Hearts.
Ross County will be going into the clash off the back of two straight defeats.
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They won their first fixture of the season against Dundee, but losses against Aberdeen and Motherwell have seen them slip down the ninth place in the Premiership standings.
In what was a poor season for Gers last time out, they failed to beat Ross County in any of their three meetings with each other.
Under the charge of Mark Warburton, the Glaswegians were held to three draws with the Staggies.
In other Rangers news, Caixinha has suggested why ex-Gers players are hitting form after leaving Ibrox this summer.