RANGERS were defeated by Falkirk on Saturday and remained at the summit of the Championship – but what happened across the rest of the league?
Falkirk’s win over the Gers moved them to within six points of the top of the league after John Baird’s early penalty and Will Vaulks’ strike was enough to secure all three points at the Falkirk Stadium, despite Barrie McKay notching his fourth of the campaign.
Substitute Dom Malonga scored deep into stoppage time to earn Hibernian a 1-0 victory over Queen of the South at Easter Road to move level on points with the Gers at the top of the league ahead of the December 28 meeting at Ibrox.
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Alex Rae won the battle of the new bosses at the Indodrill Stadium as St Mirren defeated Jack Ross’ Alloa 2-0 with goals from Lawrence Shankland and Calum Gallagher.
Robbie Crawford played 77 minutes of the match and the young midfielder has now played 13 times for the club and has one goal.
Steven Saunders netted a last-minute leveller as Dumbarton earned a 1-1 draw away to second-bottom Livingston, who had gone ahead through Scott Pittman.
James Craigen converted a last-minute penalty as Raith Rovers came from behind to beat Luca Gasparotto‘s Morton 2-1 in the Ladbrokes Championship at Cappielow on Friday night.
Alex Samuel gave Jim Duffy’s men the lead midway through the first half but Ross Callachan equalised with a deflected shot early in the second period.
Canadian international Gasparotto was straight back into the starting eleven after not featuring against his parent club last week as they drew at Ibrox.
Gasparotto has now played fourteen times for Morton and has been earning rave reviews for his performances, which is set to end in January.