Rangers manager Mark Warburton admits that when it comes to studying Sunday's opponents Hibernian his team have given it nothing more than a "token glance" with the focus needing to be on themselves.

The Gers travel to Easter Road to lock horns with Hibernian in a Scottish Championship clash on Sunday and the game will be the third meeting between the two clubs this season.

Warburton's men have won both prior meetings, but Hibernian are on a good run of form and have risen to second in the table, behind Rangers.

Nevertheless, Warburton will not focus on studying Hibernian and has only given Alan Stubbs' men a glance.

Asked at a press conference what he has learned about his team and Hibernian since the two teams last met, Warburton said: "Our team, we work with them every day. You learn about the players, you learn what makes them tick, how they respond to certain aspects of training. We've learned about our timetables, what best suits the players in terms of preparation.


"We always learn about our players.

"We watch the Hibs games, naturally we do that, that's our job. But our focus will always be Rangers. So, very respectfully, we watch it, but no more than a token glance and our focus has to be our football club", the Englishman added.

Rangers can stretch their lead over Hibernian at the top of the Championship table to a large eleven points if they can take all three points from Easter Road on Sunday.