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Summary

  1. FT: Dundee 2-1 Rangers (O'Hara 2; Windass)
  2. O'Hara tucks away second from Allan pass
  3. Windass drills in leveller with fierce shot
  4. O'Hara smashes in after Rangers fail to clear free-kick
  5. Dundee move off the bottom, above Partick
  6. Rangers miss chance to move up to second

Live Reporting

By Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    That's all from me.

    Good night.

  2. And on Sunday...

    The final Premiership match of the weekend on Sunday, Kilmarnock v Aberdeen (12:30), precedes the League Cup final: Motherwell v Celtic (15:00).

    And the Women's Scottish Cup final, Glasgow City v Hibernian, is live on BBC Alba from 16:00.

    Please join us on Sunday.

  3. On to Saturday...

    Two more Premiership matches tomorrow, both at 15:00 GMT:

    • Hamilton Academical v Hibernian
    • Hearts v Ross County

    There are also full cards in the Championship and Leagues One and Two, however there will be a pitch inspection before Stirling v Peterhead.

    Join us tomorrow to follow the action.

  4. What's next?

    FT: Dundee 2-1 Rangers

    Rangers are back in action at home to Aberdeen on Wednesday.

    Dundee's next game is away to Ross County a week on Saturday.

  5. Dundee showed resilience - Gartland

    FT: Dundee 2-1 Rangers

    Dundee assistant boss Graham Gartland on BBC Scotland: "We changed our system to get Scott [Allan] on. It's a great ball.

    "Mark O'Hara's a goal threat. He's taken his two goals brilliantly.

    "We believe in what we're doing. We actually showed a lot of resilience tonight."

  6. Murty urges manager appointment

    FT: Dundee 2-1 Rangers

    Rangers interim manager Graeme Murty on BT Sport: "We didn't play well enough to win the game.

    "Two really, really poor goals again. We can't defend that way.

    "It's not the ideal situation. But, we have to deal with the situation as it is.

    "The last two results are not acceptable for this football club. The manager situation needs to be gotten right. The right person needs to come in."

    Graeme Murty
  7. Dundee duo revel in victory

    FT: Dundee 2-1 Rangers

    Dundee midfielder Mark O'Hara on BT Sport: "It's massive. It didn't matter who scored the goals today. Just delighted to get the three points. Hopefully now we can kick on."

    Dundee midfielder Scott Allan on BT Sport: "Delighted to be back, delighted for the big man getting two goals. It's something to build on tonight."

    Dundee celebrate
    Image caption: O'Hara (far left) and Allan (far right) made the difference for Dundee
  8. O'Hara the hero for Dundee

    FT: Dundee 2-1 Rangers

    Mark O'Hara scored against Rangers in Dundee's February 2-1 win and his double tonight gave them a first victory since 30 September.

    Mark O'Hara scores
    Image caption: O'Hara's opener came in the 66th minute
  9. FULL-TIME

    Dundee 2-1 Rangers

    It's a first win in seven for Dundee and they move off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership.

    Successive defeats and a miserable night all round for Rangers.

    Dundee celebrate
  10. ADDED TIME

    Dundee 2-1 Rangers

    Two minutes of stoppage time begin.

  11. Post update

    Billy Dodds

    BBC Scotland summariser

    Quote Message: Rangers have been so poor in this half, compared to the first. They have looked nervous, there is no fluidity. There is no consistency about them at all.
  12. Post update

    Steven Thompson

    Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Absolutely sensational play from Scott Allan, twisting and turning, probing for an opening before an excellent pass into the feet of O'Hara. The substitution by Neil McCann had an immediate impact.
  13. Rangers change

    Dundee 2-1 Rangers

    Ryan Hardie is sent on for Rangers in place of Daniel Candeias.

  14. GOAL Dundee 2-1 Rangers

    Mark O'Hara

    Mark O'Hara does it again but Scott Allan needs to take a lot of the credit for the goal. The midfielder's perseverance pays off on the edge of the box as his slipped pass puts O'Hara through for a stylish finish.

    Mark O'Hara scores
  15. Dundee change

    Dundee 1-1 Rangers

    Roarie Deacon makes way as Dundee introduce Scott Allan.

  16. CLOSE!

    Dundee 1-1 Rangers

    Some frantic action as Rangers break up a Dundee attack and move quickly upfield.

    The ball eventually falls for Kenny Miller, whose shot spins wide.

  17. Post update

    Steven Thompson

    Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: I was just about to say how quiet a game Windass has had. But when the ball came back to him, he put an awful lot of power behind it. It will be so frustrating for Neil McCann. You just want to consolidate after taking the lead but to gift them a goal like that straightaway, it will be heartbreaking for McCann.
  18. YELLOW CARD

    Dundee 0-0 Rangers

    Rangers scorer Josh Windass is booked after tussling with Glen Kamara.

  19. Post update

    Billy Dodds

    BBC Scotland summariser

    Quote Message: The goalkeeper can't see it. There's a bit of movement as well. It's past him before he can see it.
  20. GOAL Dundee 1-1 Rangers

    Josh Windass

    All square again and it's an excellent strike by Josh Windass, who collected a Josh Meekings' clearance and swept the ball past Elliot Parish.

    Josh Windass scores