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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