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SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Rangers 25 5 5 80
2 Falkirk 18 13 4 67
3 Hibernian 20 7 8 67
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LivingstonLivingston
RangersRangers
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RangersRangers
Alloa AthleticAlloa Athletic
1
1
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HibernianHibernian
RangersRangers
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2
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RangersRangers
CelticCeltic
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(4) 2
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RangersRangers
PeterheadPeterhead
4
0
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RangersRangers
DumbartonDumbarton
1
0
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Raith RoversRaith Rovers
RangersRangers
3
3
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RangersRangers
Queen of the SouthQueen of the South
4
3
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FalkirkFalkirk
RangersRangers
3
2
FT
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RangersRangers
Greenock MortonGreenock Morton
3
1
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RangersRangers
DundeeDundee
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0
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RangersRangers
Raith RoversRaith Rovers
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RangersRangers
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Queen of the SouthQueen of the South
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 By PA Sport

Celtic put only two players on PFA Scotland team of the year

Leigh Griffiths is one of only two players from Celtic named to the Premiership team of the year.

Dundee and Aberdeen both have more players in the PFA Scotland team of the year than Celtic.

Only Kieran Tierney and Leigh Griffiths have made the Premiership XI from the defending champions.

Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain joins player-of-the-year candidates Greg Stewart and Kane Hemmings among the Dens Park ranks.

Aberdeen provide the entire three-man midfield through Graeme Shinnie, Jonny Hayes and Kenny McLean plus defender Shay Logan.

The centre-backs come from Hearts (Alim Ozturk) and Ross County...

Scott Agnew misses Rangers clash

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St Mirren are without Scott Agnew when they host Scottish Championship winners Rangers.

The midfielder is suffering from a groin injury and is unavailable as St Mirren look to bounce back from last week's defeat at Dumbarton.

Manager Alex Rae reckons Gers' recent dip in results will make securing a win even more difficult.

He explained: "Rangers will not want to end their season on a four-game run without a win. They have a Scottish Cup final coming up and they will want to be going into that with confidence...

 By PA Sport

Mike Ashley drops challenge to SFA decision over Rangers chairman

Mike Ashley has a nine percent stake in Rangers.

Mike Ashley has dropped his attempt to force a judicial review of a Scottish Football Association (SFA) decision to declare Rangers chairman Dave King "fit and proper."

MASH Holdings, wholly owned by Newcastle United owner Ashley, abandoned its application for a review during a hearing at the Court of Session in Edinburgh after receiving more information from the SFA last week.

Legal arguments continued between the SFA, MASH and Rangers on the issue of costs, and a written decision will be issued...

Craig Halkett nets Livingston winner against Rangers

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RangersRangers
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Rangers' end-of-season struggles continued as a Craig Halkett goal gave Livingston a 1-0 Ladbrokes Championship win at the Tony Macaroni Arena.

The title winners had lost at Hibernian and drawn at home to relegated Alloa following their dramatic William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final penalty shoot-out win against old rivals Celtic at Hampden Park.

And, in what was essentially a meaningless match in front of 5,021 fans, former Light Blues defender Halkett headed the game's only goal in the final minute...

Rangers held by Alloa to dampen title party

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Alloa AthleticAlloa Athletic
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1
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Alloa did their best to dampen the party mood before Rangers were presented with the Ladbrokes Championship trophy as they held on for a 1-1 draw at Ibrox.

Michael Duffy handed the relegated Wasps a surprise early lead while Gers blew a string of chances, including an Andy Halliday penalty, as they struggled to get going.

James Tavernier eventually headed Mark Warburton's team level 30 seconds before half-time but Gers could not put on the stylish display they were hoping for in their final home game...