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Sky Sports Scottish football pundits Ian Crocker and Andy Walker have given their predictions ahead of Rangers’ upcoming trip to face Ross County in Dingwall on Sunday.
In their column on the Sky Sports website, both men differ on not only who will win the game on who the first goalscorer and key man will be.
Walker is going for a narrow 2-1 win for the Gers, and his prediction for first goalscorer is James Tavernier, who was “outstanding against Aberdeen in midweek, scored one and created another”.
Meanwhile, Crocker has surprisingly predicted a 2-1 win for bottom of the table Ross County, with his choice for key man David Bates, as he is “showing exactly why Graeme Murty has faith in him.”
The Gers go into the match ahead of Aberdeen on goal difference in the Scottish Premiership table following their 2-0 win over the Dons at Ibrox on Wednesday night.
The match in Dingwall on Sunday is the third meeting between the sides this season, with Rangers having won the first two.
The first match saw the Light Blues triumph 3-1 at Victoria Park in August thanks to two goals from Alfredo Morelos and one from Eduardo Herrera.
The second match between the teams saw the Gers win 2-1 at Ibrox in December, a late David Bates goal securing the win.
In other Rangers news, Graeme Murty believes that Ryan Jack’s injury offers another player an opportunity
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