RANGERS defeated Queen of the South 1-0 thanks to a marvellous goal from Kenny Miller and we’ve pulled together some facts and figures from the match here:
13 – Kenny Miller has hit the back of the net on thirteen occasions this season, his highest scoring record in a season for the Gers since since he scored 22 goals for the Light Blues in season 2010/11.
43 – Rangers have taken on Queen of the South three times this season already and the Gers have had 43 shots on goal with 30 of them being on target, scoring eight goals in three wins.
8 – Wes Foderingham was in fine form in yesterday’s win, keeping his 18th clean sheet of the season, which is a great record for him and the rest of the Gers defence. Wes had to make 8 saves in the game against the Doonhamers, the highest he’s had to make in any game this season.
57% – Rangers dominated possession against the Doonhamers, however the 57% was the second lowest of the season in the Championship with only the away match to St Mirren having less (55%).
16 – With yesterday’s 1-0 win against the Doonhamers, the Gers moved to 16 away wins in total, having drawn 4 and lost 4 at a ground that the Light Blues have always found tough.
5 – Rangers have had five different scorers in the three games against Queen of the South this season, with Waghorn bagging three goals, Holt scoring two with Andy Halliday, Barrie McKay and now Kenny Miller also on the scoresheet.