Rangers have confirmed that their cancelled Scottish Championship fixture against Raith Rovers have been rescheduled for Tuesday, 2nd February.

The game on Saturday was cancelled after the officials inspected the pitch at Stark's Park twice before deeming the surface unfit to play on, owing to harsh weather conditions.

Rangers, who have lost just once in the league thus far, are currently three points clear at the top of the table with 40 points from 15 outings, four places and 17 points ahead of Raith.

The teams met at Ibrox for the corresponding fixture in September, with Rangers running out 5-0 winners, courtesy of goals apiece from Lee Wallace, James Tavernier and Barry McKay, while Martyn Waghorn netted a brace from the spot.

Mark Warburton’s side, who thrashed Dumbarton 4-0 earlier in the month, will next welcome Greenock Morton to Ibrox tomorrow.


The other fixtures for Rangers in the month are an away game at Falkirk on 19th December before a top-of-the-table clash with Hibernian nine days later.