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Rangers performance has set the bar for Ross County season run-in


By Will Clark


Ross County midfielder Jordan Tillson reckons their performance against Rangers has set the bar for the Premiership run-in.

Picture - Ken Macpherson, Inverness.
Ross County(0) v Rangers(1). 08.03.20.
Ross County's Jordan Tillson kept the ball away from Rangers' Alfredo Morelos.
Picture - Ken Macpherson, Inverness. Ross County(0) v Rangers(1). 08.03.20. Ross County's Jordan Tillson kept the ball away from Rangers' Alfredo Morelos.

The Staggies matched Rangers for much of the game last Saturday, and had three chances to break the deadlock before Ryan Kent’s deflected 77th minute strike, which proved to be the difference between the teams.

Now County are faced with the final three matches before the split, which come against the three sides below them in the Premiership – Hamilton, Hearts and St Mirren.

It is the best run-in of any of the sides fighting to stay in the top flight, with all of County’s last eight games coming against bottom-six clubs.

So Tillson believes if they can repeat the level of play the Staggies showed against title-chasing Rangers in the weeks to come, it bodes well for their chances of staying up.

Read more in today's North Star.



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