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28th Dec, 2016 | 9:37pm

Rangers player ratings v St Johnstone: Defender is 4/10

By Dominic Toner

Football Insider rates the Rangers players after their 1-1 draw against St Johnstone in the Scottish Premiership clash.

Wes Foderingham 6 – The goalkeeper was left helpless by his defender for the goal he conceded, but was extremely positive in gathering crosses.

Clint Hill 6 – The veteran defender dealt well with a number of crosses into the box during the game and was forced off with an injury in the second-half.

Rob Kiernan 4 -Uncharacteristic mistake from the centre-back who played a sloppy back pass to Foderingham, which was then punished by Steven MacLean to make it 1-1.

Danny Wilson 6 – He was steady on his return to the side and suited the three-man defence.

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James Tavernier 6 – The right wing-back supported the attack well and delivered some good crosses, but there are still question marks over his defensive capabilities.

Josh Windass 6 – The central midfielder looked lively on his return to the starting XI and showed off his quality with a number of dribbles.

Andy Halliday 6 – He was reliable in possession and anchored the defence well, but was not involved going forward.

Jason Holt 5 – The midfielder offered very little threat going forward and was quiet all game.

Barrie McKay 7 – McKay was played in an unfamiliar wing-back role by manager Mark Warburton and understandably looked vulnerable defensively. He did score the opening goal though when reacting first to a parried shot and curling his finish into the corner.

Kenny Miller 6 – The veteran striker was full of running and energy for his team-mates, but just failed to threaten the goal.

Joe Garner 5 – The forward did have a hand in the opening goal as his shot was parried by the goalkeeper, but lacked an attacking threat. He was wasteful on several occasions with the ball and taken off in the second-half.

Martyn Waghorn (for Garner 62mins) 6

Lee Hodson (for Hill 66mins) 6

Michael O’Halloran (for Miller 81mins) 6

In other Rangers news, Kris Boyd has responded to whether the club can beat Celtic on Saturday.