Date: 18th March 2015 at 11:11am
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Rangers can’t buy a win at the moment, no matter how many or how few changes are made the outcomes are mostly the same now with a draw the result – as it was on Tuesday against Alloa at Ibrox.

Having come from behind to lead two-one a late Alloa equaliser saw the game end in a two-two draw, which leaves us six-points behind Hibernian in second place and even though we have a game in hand could be all but consigned to third place, at best, if they beat us once again on Sunday….

Most that was positive for us in the first half came through youngster Walsh, following up his recent debut with another start with McCall making no fewer than five chances from the weekend draw.

Defensive frailties were again exposed when a simple cross into the box resulted in a simple Gordon (53) header past Bell to put Alloa ahead early in the second half.

Law went close to drawing us level and after McCulloch had hit the bar Clark (72) followed up to head the rebound into the empty net. It was Clark (77) again five-minutes later as he headed home again to turn things around and leave us on for a win.

The contrast in belief was evident, we didn’t seem to believe we could win whereas Alloa didn’t seem to believe they would lose and Buchanan (82) equalised in the final 10-minutes to make it two-two.

McCall is still seeking his first win since becoming manager and he’ll know that the pressure is huge on him to make Sunday that day, but with just one win in our previous eight you wouldn’t be so sure would you!

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