Rangers vs Dundee Match Info
Match date: 27thFebruary 2019
Kick-Off: 7.45pm GMT
Stadium: Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
Rangers vs Dundee Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
9 Dec 2018 Dundee 1 – 1 Rangers
15 Sep 2018 Rangers 4 – 0 Dundee
7 Apr 2018 Rangers 4 – 0 Dundee
Matches played: 35
Rangers wins: 26
Dundee wins: 4
Rangers vs Dundee Stats
- Rangers come into the match on the back of great wins over Kilmarnock (5-0) and Hamilton (0-5)
- Dundee failed to build on a three-game unbeaten streak in a thriller 2-4 loss to Hibernian last week
- Dee have snatched no points at this ground since 2001
Rangers vs Dundee Match Preview
Rangers host Dundee for their Matchday 28 clash on the back of two convincing displays in wins over Kilmarnock (5-0 in FA Cup) and Hamilton Academical (0-5 in Premiership), looking to build on them and close the eight-point gap to the pace-setters Celtic.
Gers have based their success across competitions on rock-solid displays at Ibrox and Steven Gerrard will now want to keep it up, which promises a very motivated outfit led by in-form Alfredo Morelos – who netted four last time out here. Indeed, they’ve impressed up front and denying them the points will be a very tough task.
Dundee have been solid on the road lately and beat both Hearts (1-2) and Livingston (1-2) in their last three league trips, only holding Hamilton (1-1) to a draw along the way. However, the exciting home loss to Hibernian (2-4) most recently will be no confidence booster as Jim McIntyre’s men head into even more of a challenge.
Dee have been scoring goals on the regular and will want to show off once again, but Gers’ defensive line has been working perfectly lately and it’s tough to make a case for them to base an upset on it – despite finding the net in all of their last four outings in an unpredictable run since early February.
We will still back Rangers to an exciting win and backing them to win & Over 2.5 Goals FT feels like a banker beta at 8/13 with Coral, as they saw three or more goals in all of their last seven wins across competitions.
We are also sticking our necks out for a one-sided contest here, though, and we’ll thus back Rangers to keep their fifth clean sheet in a row at 8/13 with William Hill – hoping to see them keep hold of their great stability at the back seen over the past couple of weeks.
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