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9th Dec, 2017 | 5:56pm

First-team player must be binned: Three things learned in Rangers win v Ross County


Danny Wilson’s second half goal helped Rangers win their third Scottish Premiership games in a row for the first time since December 2016, with a 2-1 over Ross County at Ibrox on Saturday.

Interim manager Graeme Murty made two changes from the side which defeated Aberdeen 2-1, with Bruno Alves and Carlos Pena back in the starting line-up.

The Gers also move back above Aberdeen on goal difference in the battle for second place in the Scottish Premiership as a result and are just four points behind leaders Celtic.

Craig Curran gave the Staggies an early lead, before substitute Alfredo Morelos equalised in the second-half.

Wilson, whose mistake helped to give County the lead, gave the Gers all three points with a late header.

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A blow for Rangers was the departure of Ross McCrorie, once again had an excellent game, with an injury in the second-half.

Here Football Insider looks at three things we learned about the Gers in the 2-1 win over the Staggies.

Click ‘reveal’ to read about a player who was extremely poor…