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“They de­fended their goal well and they’ve done that a few times against us. We had a rough idea of how they were go­ing to play and they went about their job well.

“We have to take into ac­count that they came to Ibrox and did a good job.”

Just three days af­ter mov­ing top of the ta­ble with that bat­tling win at Tynecas­tle, Rangers found them­selves se­cond as Kilmarnock con­tin­ued their re­mark­able rise all the way to the sum­mit.

Now Rangers will drop an­other place if Celtic, as ex­pected, take some­thing from their meet­ing with Steve Clarke’s side at Park­head this af­ter­noon.

Ques­tions were raised over the Light Blues’ char­ac­ter as they let pole po­si­tion in the ti­tle race slip through their fin­gers, but McAl­lis­ter hopes ac­tions speak louder than words as his side pre­pare to face Dundee to­mor­row.

McAl­lis­ter said: “My re­ply to that would be that know­ing the group of play­ers we have worked with since June, from early in the sea­son, some of the mon­u­men­tal games we’ve played in up un­til now, and be­ing backs to the wall in some of them

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