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Live Reporting

By Keir Murray

All times stated are UK

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  1. Double change for Rangers

    Nicky Clark and Billy King are substituted for Dean Shiels and Kenny Miller for the final half hour.

  2. YELLOW CARD

    Queen of the South's Chris Higgins is shown the yellow card for a foul on Barrie McKay.

  3. Doonhamers in demand

    The attendance at Palmerston is 5,449.

  4. Bolt to Holt

    Rangers enjoy a period of attack, but the culmination of a bit of pin-ball around the Queens box is an over-hit cross from the right by James Tavernier that Jason Holt can only knock out for a goal-kick way beyond the far post.

  5. Rangers under the cosh

    It's all Queens so far in the second period. Danny Wilson only half clears, as does Rob Kiernan who gets his body position all wrong as he heads the ball straight to an opponent, but Wes Foderingham makes a good point-blank save from Jake Pickard.

  6. Liam McLeod

    BBC Radio Scotland commentator

    "There has never been a goalless draw between these two clubs."

  7. KICK-OFF

    Queen of the South begin the second half.

  8. Alex Rae

    St Mirren manager

    "You may see Kenny Miller at some stage. Nicky Clark has huffed and puffed. They've got the boy (Harry) Forrester too. Rangers have got really good options on the bench."

  9. Peter Houston

    Falkirk manager

    "Rangers take risks. I'm sure Jim (QoS manager James Fowler) will be happy with the way the game is going just now. Rangers will see this as a game they must win because they don't want Hibernian to come back with a challenge."

  10. Post update

    With 11 goals in 27 appearances this season, the loss through injury to Queens of Derek Lyle is a blow
    Image caption: With 11 goals in 27 appearances this season, the loss through injury to Queens of Derek Lyle is a blow
  11. HALF-TIME

    Queen of the South 0-0 Rangers

    Chances for Queens' Derek Lyle and Lewis Kidd have bookended the first half largely dominated by Rangers, who had the chance to break the deadlock through Nicky Clark when one on one with keeper Jim Atkinson.

  12. Safety first for Queens

    Queens' 21-year-old goalie Jim Atkinson throws up his right arm to knock James Tavernier's 25-yard free-kick over the bar. There's a good chance he could have caught it but, as the subsequent corner kick comes to nothing, it was the right decision for the keeper.

  13. Post update

    Rangers striker Nicky Clark gets some practice in for the forthcoming auditions for Billy Elliot.
    Image caption: Rangers striker Nicky Clark gets some practice in for the forthcoming auditions for Billy Elliot
  14. HITS THE WOODWORK

    What a shot by Lewis Kidd, who smacks the Rangers crossbar with a left-foot strike from 22 yards! That would have burst the net.

  15. Ouch!

    Barrie McKay is caught by Queens' Chris Higgins and gets a bit of treatment before continuing.

  16. YELLOW CARD

    Queens midfielder Mark Millar is booked by referee Stephen Finnie for a foul on Barrie McKay.

  17. Lyle pulls calf muscle

    Sent off in the 5-1 defeat by Rangers in Dumfries earlier in the season, Queens striker Derek Lyle hobbles off with a calf injury after 32 minutes. That's a blow for the hosts. On comes Iain Russell.

  18. Alex Rae

    St Mirren manager

    "Queens will have to retain that ball if they are to have any chance of winning this game."

  19. Post update

    Rangers' Billy King is challenged by Lewis Kidd as the visitors launch another attack
    Image caption: Rangers' Billy King is challenged by Lewis Kidd as the visitors launch another attack
  20. King off target

    Billy King makes space for himself 25 yards from goal but his left-foot effort drifts wide of the Queens goal.