DANNY WILSON reckons Rangers picked up where they left off yesterday with a storming first-half showing against Livingston.

All of the Light Blues goals in the 4-1 victory came before the interval, and Mark Warburton’s side have now scored 19 goals in their last four matches.

And Wilson reckons they simply picked up from where they left off against Cowdenbeath in last Sunday’s 5-1 Scottish Cup win.

The defender said: “We have done well in the last few weeks in terms of scoring a lot of goals. Our attacking play has been very, very good, and as a team, we have gone forward really well and we have got the goals that our play has deserved.

“Yesterday, on another day, we may have got a few more, but we will analyse the game and see what we can do better.”

The Light Blues now have a nine-day gap until they play next in the Championship, away to Morton next Monday night.

The Ton shocked Rangers by earning a 2-2 draw at Ibrox when last the sides met, and Wilson expects another tough encounter.

He added: “They are doing really well. Any time we have played them this season they have been set-up well, so we will do our work on them as we do every team.”

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