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Rangers have won three of their last four at home with impressive wins over Blackburn and promotion-chasing Bournemouth and Brentford. In truth they should be higher in the table than 16th based on the squad at Mark Warbuton’s disposal.
Wanderers have lost their last three and scored just one in their last five. They’re 12 points from safety and look destined for the drop.
Raith Rovers (7.00pm)
Since Christmas Raith Rovers have been the model of inconsistency, winning then losing alternate matches in their last nine fixtures (WLWLWLWLW) so they should be in line for defeat at home to Ayr United tonight. But they can break the cycle and cement their second place in the Championship table with a win.
Despite currently occupying runner-up spot Raith, like most clubs in this division will feel they have underperformed this season and now would be a good time to string a few victories together for John McGlynn’s side.
They’ve only managed seven games at Stark’s Park and comfortably won against teams in an around Ayr at the bottom of the table.
The Honest Men travel to Kirkcaldy off the back of a win at Morton, but we shouldn’t read too much in to that given how poor Morton have been of late.
The Mackems have lost just twice in their last 17 league matches, are the form team in League One and are now odds on to be promoted. They overtook Portsmouth in the table last midweek and can put even more distance between them with a win at Fratton Park.
A long trip to Portsmouth is never an easy one but Pompey look like they’re in the midst of blowing it. They’ve slipped to sixth in the table, winning just once on their last six. The last things they need is a visit from Charlie Wyke and co. who have built up some serious momentmum. The hitman scored again at the weekend to bring his tally to 20 in the league and he can lead Sunderland to another three points tonight.