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Live Reporting

Keir Murray

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  1. Thanks, and goodbye

    Well, that was a good afternoon of football at Easter Road and Palmerston. The title race is still on between Rangers and Hibs, while Falkirk look a safe bet for third place at least, and Raith Rovers, Queens, Morton and St Mirren scrap over the final play-off spot. Thanks for your time today. Have a great evening. 

  2. James Fowler

    Queen of the South manager

    "The chances we created, we just couldn't get one over the line unfortunately. In the first half we found it tough. Rangers dominated possession. But we tweaked it and had more joy going forward. We have got good players here. We are a bit frustrated and disappointed that we didn't pick up any points."

  3. Midweek action

    Hibs play their game in hand on Wednesday when Morton visit Easter Road. We'll have live coverage on BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound.

  4. Peter Houston

    Falkirk manager

    "They put so much into the game and worked very hard. The game was so open. Queens caused Rangers lots of problems. Without a doubt, at the end there Rangers wanted that full-time whistle more than Queens."


    Queen of the South 0-1 Rangers

    Kenny Miller's goal was worthy of winning any match. Rangers will be relieved to head back up the M74 having restored their eight-point lead over Hibs, although they have played one game more than Alan Stubbs' side. For Queens, they'll be hurting not to have taken a point - they went close on several occasions. They remain in fifth place.

  6. Dowie goes close

    From the resultant free-kick, Andy Dowie wins the header but his effort drifts a fraction over the Rangers crossbar. It's agony for the home team.

  7. Kiernan cautioned

    Rob Kiernan brings down Aidan Smith and is booked.

  8. Not this time, Kenny

    Kenny Miller is teed up at the edge of the box but sclaffs his right-foot shot wide. He just didn't connect with the ball there, unlike with his strike for the goal.

  9. 180 seconds and counting...

    As the rain lashes down on the artificial surface, there are three minutes of injury time to go.

  10. Nervy ending

    We're in to the final minute in Dumfries.


    Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham produces a valuable save to prevent Chris Higgins' header from crossing the line. That looked goalbound!


    Jason Holt lashes a shot at the Queens goal where keeper Jim Atkinson palms it on to the crossbar. I think the ball must have swerved - the home keeper looks stunned.

  13. Smith on, Harris off

    That shot by Alex Harris was his final contribution as he is replaced by Queens team-mate Aidan Smith.  

  14. Hot-shot Harris...almost

    A chance for Queens comes to nothing as a shot from just outside the D by Alex Harris goes wide.

  15. Oliver attacks

    Gary Oliver shows tremendous skill as he jinks his way past Lee Wallace. His shot-come-cross pings out towards Lewis Kidd who can't find the net from 14 yards as he hits it over the bar. Good entertainment, this.


    Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham darts to his right to get a strong hand to save Ryan Conroy's left-footed free-kick from the edge of the box. That may well be Queens' best chance to get something from the game. Still time for the hosts, though.

  17. Post update

    Kenny Miller sends a looping volley into the far top corner of the Doonhamers' net
    Image caption: Kenny Miller sends a looping volley into the far top corner of the Doonhamers' net
  18. Can Oliver pick a pocket or two?

    A goal down, James Fowler makes a change for the Doonhamers, as Gary Oliver comes on for Mark Millar.

  19. Alex Rae

    St Mirren manager

    "I've seen Kenny Miller score goals similar to that before. He scored 24 goals one year when we were playing at Wolves together but that was a special strike."

  20. GOAL

    Queen of the South 0-1 Rangers

    A genius switch by Mark Warburton? What an outstanding goal by Kenny Miller, who spins on the edge of the box and sends an outrageous dipping volley into the top corner. Queens keeper Jim Atkinson was flat-footed. A peach of a goal.