Rangers recovered from the shock 3-0 defeat

Rangers recovered from the shock 3-0 defeat against Queen of the South to beat Raith Rovers 4-0 in front of their own supporters.

The victory helped them moved level on points with Hibernian in the second spot, although the opposition have a game in hand. It also helped them open a small advantage overQueen of the South, who occupy the final play-off spot. The possibility of finishing top of the table and returning back to the Scottish Premier League automatically has effectively gone after Heart of Midlothian recently increased their advantage to 23 points.

Manager Stuart McCall watched his team perform exceptionally well against Rovers, but he has warned the team against complacency in the next few matches. Consistency has been a major problem for the club, but it does seem to be returning with the new management of McCall. He came to the club as a replacement for Ally McCoist only in March 2015 and has already seen the club take four wins in the last five matches. Since it appears that a play-off place is the only chance to get promoted, McCall will be keen on maintaining momentum going into the play-offs. Teams with momentum often end up winning the play-offs.

"I think we can still do better.I thought there were periods in the second half where, because it was 2-0, we were a bit sloppy and casual. We scored some good goals and got a clean sheet, so there are things to be pleased with. But I still think we can be better. We have everything to play for. Hibs needed to win that and they have done. All we can focus on is ourselves and it's going to be a thrilling finish between now and the end of the season," said McCall after the win over Rovers.