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Ross County vs Rangers live streaming: Watch online & Confirmed line-ups Ross County 0 4 Rangers 90' + 2' ' Jermain Defoe 72' Alfredo Morelos 64' Ryan Jack Keith Watson 42' 37' Ryan Jack 29' Ryan Jack 20' Alfredo Morelos Starting lineup 19 Brian Graham Ross Stewart 4 Liam Fontaine 2 Marcus Fraser 6 Ross Draper 3 Sean Kelly 44 Tom Grivosti 20 Alfredo Morelos 31 Borna Barišić 6 Connor Goldson 18 Filip Helander Glen Kamara 2 James Tavernier 17 Joe Aribo 8 Ryan Jack 37 Scott Arfield 11 Sheyi Ojo 13 Wes Foderingham Bench Players 9 Billy McKay Tommy Dixon-Hodge 14 Josh Mullin 15 Keith Watson 7 Michael Gardyne Steven Davis 16 Andy Halliday 7 Jamie Murphy 9 Jermain Defoe 19 Nikola Katić Live updates Ross County vs Rangers Ross County vs Rangers live streaming If you want to watch Ross County vs Rangers online, these are the live streaming instructions. Match: Ross County vs Rangers Date: October 30, 2019 Kick-off time: 7:45 pm, October 30, 2019 (UK time) Note: There are geo restrictions on individual matches shown on the Bet365 live streaming service. Ross County vs Rangers live streaming: Match preview That could be a big win for Rangers. On Saturday afternoon, they hosted Motherwell and everything looked like it was going wrong for them. But, on the stroke of half time, Jermain Defoe equalised before Filip Helander won it late on.
That means Steven Gerrard's side remain level on points with Celtic and all they can do is keep winning. Ross County have been so impressive on their Premiership return. Brian Graham and then Joe Chalmers with the goals, the latter coming in stoppage time. Steven Ferguson and Stuart Kettlewell's side have only lost once at home this season and that was against Livingston in August. 101 Great Goals predicts: Ross County 1-2 Rangers Highlights of Hibernian 2-2 Ross County Highlights of Rangers 2-1 Motherwell Highlights of FC Porto 1-1 Rangers How to watch a Ross County vs Rangers live stream in the Scottish Premiership In order to watch a Ross County vs Rangers live stream you must have a funded Bet365 account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours.
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RANGERS remain level with Celtic in the Premiership title race after a terrific 4-0 victory over Ross County. Alfredo Morelos netted either side of a brace from Ryan Jack as Steven Gerrard's side eased to an important three points. On a pleasing night for the Ibrox boss, the win could have been even more emphatic and there were plenty of positives for the Gers on their trip to the Highlands. RANGERS DIDN'T FALL BEHIND THIS TIME When Gerrard's side have hit the road this term, they have often struggled to reproduce the kind of form they have shown at Ibrox. Gerrard was hugely critical of the performance of his side at Tynecastle earlier this month and questioned the mentality of his players. A repeat of that sluggish start here would have given Rangers real problems, but this was a much more positive and assured showing from the first minute and once Rangers got the opening goal – Morelos finishing off a clinical move involving Joe Aribo and Sheyi Ojo – there was no looking back. The benefit of scoring first and not giving the opposition a foothold in the game was clear and this was much more like it from the Gers. This one had all the hallmarks of a potentially difficult evening for Rangers. A freezing night at the Global Energy Stadium was a far cry from their surroundings last midweek as a point was earned in Porto, but Gerrard's side were as comfortable as they could have hoped. This was a dominant showing from Rangers and a night that could have been tense and nervy turned out to be anything but as the opener from Morelos and then Jack's double had the points wrapped up before the break. This wasn't the most glamorous game that Rangers have played in recent weeks, but it was certainly an important win as the momentum continues to build ahead of the Betfred Cup semi-final with Hearts. The faith that boss Gerrard has in Jack has been reaffirmed by his words and actions in recent weeks. The 39-year-old has enthused about his midfielder regularly after a series of superb showings and the new contract Jack signed, the second he has been given in less than a year, was proof of how highly regarded he is at Ibrox. Performances like this make it easy to see why. But there was more to this Man of the Match showing than just the goals. Jack has become a leader, a player that makes Rangers tick as he controls games with his passing, tackling and drive from the middle of the park. On form, he is one of the finest players in the country, and certainly one of the most important at Ibrox. BIG PLAYERS WEREN'T MISSED FOR GERS The absence of Allan McGregor and Ryan Kent from the squad was a blow for boss Gerrard, while he made the decision to rest Steven Davis ahead of the Hearts cup clash and visit of Porto next Thursday evening. Keeper Wes Foderingham was rarely worked on his return to the team, Glen Kamara played well in midfield and Ojo was a threat on the wing in one of his best outings for a couple of weeks. The likes of McGregor, Kent and Davis will, if fit, surely come back into the side at Hampden. With one eye on the challenges ahead, Gerrard was able to remove Borna Barisic and scorers Jack and Morelos from the action early on. Andy Halliday came in at left-back for most of the second half, while Jamie Murphy got a rare outing as he continues to step up his recovery from the knee injury that wrecked his first full season at Ibrox. There was no goal for Jermain Defoe as he came off the bench just seconds after Morelos had fired beyond Laidlaw from a tight angle but the Englishman came close to adding to his tally with a header. COUNTY DIDN'T MAKE THEMSELVES FELT Co-manager Stuart Kettlewell spoke before this one about how his side had to make life uncomfortable for Rangers. He didn't want his players to stand back and admire what Gerrard's side were doing, but that is what happened for long spells as a deflected effort from Ross Draper was as close as they came to a goal. This isn't where the Staggies' season will be defined, and the visit of Rangers was always going to be something of a free hit. Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson will be frustrated, though. County may not have been expected to win the game, but they were certainly tipped to put up more of a fight.