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crmpicco
23-10-2011, 18:35
I feel that, after looking at the fixtures coming up, the two fixtures against Hearts at Tynecastle and Aberdeen at Pittodrie are both very tough and genuine banana-skins and the way I look at it is we have negotiated 50% of them.

The second half IMO is the more tricky as we all know how Aberdeen raise their game against us.

Today was a great result but next weekend is tougher as Aberdeen have turned the corner to an extent and will be up for it. Only a performance like today will see us come away with 3 points I feel.

What's the feeling for this game?

53easy
23-10-2011, 18:37
We'll pump Aberdeen.........

Motherwell away is tougher than Tynecastle imo.

richardgough
23-10-2011, 18:38
ill take a 1-0 and get back down the road

tims are desperate for us to slip up

Sam_English
23-10-2011, 18:40
The trip to Pittodrie will definately be the tougher of the two,but if we apply ourselves like we did today,then 3 points shouldn't be too much of a problem.

london_bluenose
23-10-2011, 18:41
Any sort of win on Saturday will be a big win for us.

Middlesexbear
23-10-2011, 18:42
To be fair, what i watched of the sheep game today, they played not bad, but im thinking thats down to how shíte the tarriers are. :D
Looking ahead as well, dundee utd at home aint easy either, disappointed if we dont get 6pts next 2 games with the way we are playing.

adelblue
23-10-2011, 18:42
Tims were getting a bit giddy at the prospect of us Dropping points in these 2 games. If we win at pittodrie we are very well set.

Bowery Boys
23-10-2011, 18:43
3-0 Rangers up there.

The Bridge
23-10-2011, 18:45
Everyone is up for a game against the champions.

crmpicco
23-10-2011, 18:46
3-0 Rangers up there.

Cannot remember the last time we turned them over at Pittodrie. If we come away with a 1-0 win i'll be absolutely delighted.

I agree with one of the posters though, if we win at Pittodrie we will be in a very good position.

Dundee United at Ibrox is no walk in the park either...you don't have to think far back to April when then beat us (deservedly) 3-2!

king ranger
23-10-2011, 19:22
Will they miss the guy Jack that scored for them ,cant say ive heard to much about him.

Invicta_Loyal04
23-10-2011, 19:25
We need to create far more chances next week. We didn't create much today and scoring 2 goals was quite flattering.

king ranger
23-10-2011, 19:32
We not only need to create chances we will need to bury them.

baystatebear
23-10-2011, 19:32
I think all of the fixtures are going to be 'difficult'. This current Rangers team, whilst it certainly has positive attributes, also has some clear deficiencies which we saw on view last week. The players cannot take anything for granted, they need to be focused and ready to battle it out each and every game if 4-in-a-row is to become a reality.