RANGERS defeated Raith Rovers at Stark’s Park last night and we’ve pulled together the best facts and figures from the game here:
46 – Following the win last night Rangers continued the record of not losing a league game to Raith Rovers since January 1970, an amazing forty-six years. The last league draw between the two sides came in November 1996.
32 – Rangers’ win against Raith Rovers was the 32nd time that the Gers have won at Stark’s Park in all competitions. It was the 27th time that the Light Blues have won in the League in Kirkcaldy.
83% – The win against Raith Rovers took Mark Warburton’s percentage of wins up to 83% having won 25 of the thirty games he’s been in charge. Previous manager Ally McCoist is in second place in terms of win percentage with 72% and with Bill Struth in third place with 68%.
40 – Rangers have found the net in each of the last 40 league matches against Raith Rovers. The last time they failed to score was in a 1-0 defeat in Kirkcaldy in March 1955 but, since then, Gers have hit 133 goals in 40 games, including three sixes and a 10.
23 – When Michael O’Halloran came on as a second half substitute against Raith Rovers , he became the twenty-third player to be used by Mark Warburton this season in competitive action. The club used thirty-two players during season 2014/15 and twenty-nine players in 2013/14. The ten year average for number of players used per season is 29.9.