RANGERS travelled to Alloa at the weekend and returned with a point thanks to a late equaliser by Michael O’Halloran and we’ve pulled together our favourite statistics from the game here.
25 – There were twenty-five corners in the match at the Indodrill Stadium with 92% of them being for the Light Blues. This is the most amount of corners won by the Gers this season, with the Livingston match at home coming in second with sixteen.
5 – Rangers top scorer Martyn Waghorn has been having a sticky goal scoring spell by his own high standards thus far in his debut season at the club having now gone 5 matches and 450 minutes without scoring for the Gers.
3 – Rangers will play on artificial surfaces three times in eight days, the first of which being the match against Alloa. The Light Blues are in action on the surface at Kilmarnock against new boss Lee Clark on Scottish Cup duty tomorrow night, before making the trip to Palmerston to face Queen of the South on Sunday
71% – The Light Blues had 71% of the possession against Alloa on Saturday which is 5% higher than the season average of 66% for away matches in the SPFL Championship. The overall percentage for the season in the Championship is 65%.
5 – Rangers drew against Alloa for the third time ever in matches between the sides on Saturday. The Gers have won twelve games and lost one, scoring 58 goals and conceding 13.
150 – Rangers captain Lee Wallace made his 150th competitive appearance for the club against Alloa on Saturday since joining the club from Hearts in 2011/12.
15 – Michael O’Halloran became the fifteenth different scorer for Rangers this season. Other scorers are Martyn Waghorn (27), Kenny Miller (12), James Tavernier (11), Jason Holt (9), Barrie McKay (6), Lee Wallace (6), Nicky Clark (5), Andy Halliday (5), Dean Shiels (3), Nicky Law (1), Nathan Oduwa (1), David Templeton (1), Danny Wilson (1) Billy King (1).