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The referee blows for the end of the match.
Lewis Spence crosses the ball.
Robbie Crawford scores with a left foot finish. Dunfermline 0-4 Rangers.Assist on the goal came from Jon Daly.
Cameron Bell takes the free kick.
Allan Smith concedes a free kick for a foul on Lee McCulloch.
Lewis Spence joins the action as a substitute, replacing Ryan Williamson.
Jordan Moore takes the chance to get an effort at goal. A parry by Cameron Bell prevents the goal.
Clearance made by Jon Daly.
Ryan Wallace crosses the ball.
Lee McCulloch restarts play with the free kick.
Stephen Husband takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Jordan Moore by Fraser Aird.
Lewis Macleod takes a shot. Ryan Scully catches the ball.
Robbie Crawford on for Ian Black.
The ball is swung over by Fraser Aird.
Lee Wallace crosses the ball.
Allan Smith replaces Shaun Byrne.
The ball is delivered by Ian Black.
Corner taken by Fraser Aird from the right by-line.
Nicky Law scores a right footed goal. Dunfermline 0-3 Rangers.Assist on the goal came from Lewis Macleod.
Richard Foster replaces Nicky Clark.
Shot by Shaun Byrne missed to the left of goal.
Alex Whittle gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Fraser Aird.
Shaun Byrne fouled by Lewis Macleod, the ref awards a free kick.
Lewis Martin takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Jordan Moore by Ian Black results in a free kick.
Nicky Law takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Ryan Scully catches the ball.
The referee books Fraser Aird for unsporting behaviour.
Andrew Geggan is booked.
Unfair challenge on Fraser Aird by Andrew Geggan results in a free kick.
Lewis Macleod on for Steven Smith.
Ryan Williamson fouled by Steven Smith, the ref awards a free kick.
Free kick taken by Lewis Martin.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Joshua Falkingham by Jon Daly.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Ryan Wallace.
Corner taken by Ryan Wallace from the left by-line.
Nicky Clark heads the ball into the goal. Dunfermline 0-2 Rangers.Assist on the goal came from Jon Daly.
Stephen Husband restarts play with the free kick.
Jordan Moore fouled by Bilel Mohsni, the ref awards a free kick.
Stephen Husband crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Ryan Williamson by Ian Black.
Clearance by Lewis Martin.
Fraser Aird delivers the ball.
The second half kicks off.
The half-time whistle blows.
Centre by Fraser Aird.
Steven Smith has a direct shot on goal from the free kick which goes over the bar.
Foul by Kerr Young on Nicky Clark, free kick awarded.
Jon Daly takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Ryan Scully parries the effort to safety.
The referee books Kerr Young for dissent.
Ian Black restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Lewis Martin on Nicky Clark.
Ryan Scully takes the free kick.
Jon Daly is penalised for handball and concedes a free kick.
Centre by Lee Wallace.
Jordan Moore restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Jordan Moore by Sebastien Faure.
Stephen Husband crosses the ball.
Nicky Law fouled by Joshua Falkingham, the ref awards a free kick.
Nicky Clark takes a shot. Ryan Scully catches the ball.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Kerr Young.
Free kick crossed by Stephen Husband.
Sebastien Faure concedes a free kick for a foul on Andrew Geggan.
Fraser Aird slots the ball right footed into the goal. Dunfermline 0-1 Rangers.The assist for the goal came from Nicky Law.
Unfair challenge on Jon Daly by Kerr Young results in a free kick.
Header by Stephen Husband misses right.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Joshua Falkingham by Nicky Law.
Ryan Wallace has an effort at goal. Cameron Bell catches the ball.
The ball is sent over by Lewis Martin.
Ryan Williamson sends in a cross.
Corner taken by Alex Whittle.
The ball is delivered by Fraser Aird.
Ian Black takes the free kick.
Shaun Byrne concedes a free kick for a foul on Ian Black.
A cross is delivered by Fraser Aird.
Free kick taken by Lee McCulloch.
Nicky Clark fouled by Stephen Husband, the ref awards a free kick.
The ball is delivered by Ryan Williamson.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Bilel Mohsni on Stephen Husband.
Steven Smith has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the target.
Bilel Mohsni takes a shot. Blocked by Lewis Martin.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Ryan Williamson by Steven Smith.
The game begins.
McCulloch keeps it in perspective
Lee McCulloch believes the prospect of Rangers winning every single Scottish League One game this season was always unrealistic after dropping their first points on Boxing Day.
The Light Blues had been aiming for an impressive 21st win in a row when they hosted Stranraer at Ibrox on Thursday.
But Ally McCoist's men were left reeling when Jamie Longworth's injury-time leveller cancelled out McCulloch's first-half penalty to claim a share of the spoils.
The result left Rangers' 100 per cent league record in tatters but McCulloch insists the focus is on making amends at Dunfermline on Monday rather than dwelling on what was always an unlikely achievement.
The skipper said: "I don't think anyone in the dressing room or the management have said we would win every league game.
"Has a team ever done that? I don't think so. The boys are all level-headed in there.
"We all know we weren't good enough in the last game.
"We've let the fans and management down and each individual has a chance to put it right on Monday.
"Everyone was talking about the record, but in the dressing room we were like 'now that it's gone, it's gone.'
"We're still in a very healthy league position like we set out to be at the start of the season."
The Ibrox utility man insists Rangers have no option but to bounce back quickly from the disappointment against Stranraer when they travel to East End Park.
He said: "I thought in the second half we let ourselves down.
"We weren't at our best in the first half, but we got our goal.
"Usually we go on to kill the game in the second half by getting two, three or four, but the players on the pitch let the management and the fans down.
"But the positives are that at least we have got a chance to bounce back on Monday in what is quite a big game for us.
"When you play at this club you need to bounce back.
"We don't have to wait too long for the next game, so we'll be looking forward to Monday night to get a chance to put things right."
The last meeting against Dunfermline proved to be a bruising experience for Rangers, with several players needing hospital treatment and McCulloch himself requiring stitches in a head wound.
But he believes the clash with their closest league rivals is the ideal game following the set-back against Stranraer.
McCulloch said: "That's the way their manager has always set his teams up - physical, but fair.
"They're a good team and have got some good players so it is going to be tough.
"I don't think we could have picked a better place to play coming off the back of the Stranraer game."
Second-placed Dunfermline will give Calum Morris and Andy Geggan until close to kick-off time to prove their fitness after recent knocks.
Ross Millen is already missing with a heel problem, Robert Thomson's groin injury keeps him out with Ryan Thomson is also absent after suffering with a virus.
Manager Jim Jefferies, determined that his side attack their visitors, said: "We need to believe in ourselves that we can get a result.
"We know that whatever happens we will stay in second place so we can go out and look to take the game to Rangers."
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