Rangers boss Mark Warburton has said that the form at the club is just random after they failed to defeat Ross County.

The Ibrox manager attributed the recent results to the random nature of the game as Gers dropped to third place in the Scottish Premiership.

“I think randomness is a big thing. I learned a lot from our previous owner at Brentford. He’s a mathematician and we learned a lot from him in terms of how he looks at games.

“The randomness, the ball goes to the back post, Kenny heads it to Jon Toral and it could go in. Joe Garner’s headers pops off the goalkeeper, it could go in. Joe in the first half at the far post is a stud away.

“There were so many random natures that didn’t go our way. Was their goal offside? I don’t know, it was tight. Not worth complaining about now,” Warburton said as excuse.

The coach added that in the course of the season the randomness evens out. He admitted that the strikers were not as clinical.

“The fact is we have to be clinical in the final third, we need to trust our technique and take our chances. There were lots of good things but there is no denying the fact we dropped two points at home,” Warburton said.

Ahead of their clash with Greenock Morton, Rangers failed to defeat the Staggies and the pressure on his job increases. The coach who was great with the fans has turned to the villain of recent and the 1-1 draw against Ross County did not help at all. The fans booed in the last game and the support would likely waver at the next game.