Rangers cruised past Partick Thistle with a comfortable 3-0 win at a chilly Ibrox on Saturday.
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Wes Foderingham - 7
As quiet a game as he's had this season, I can't remember Thistle having a shot on target which perhaps says as much about the result as anything else.
James Tavernier - 7
Perhaps not quite as dangerous as recent other games, the right back nevertheless worked hard to support the attack throughout the game and also made a couple of crucial defensive interventions as well.
Ross McCrorie - 8
The scorer of the vital opening goal as Rangers started to apply real pressure, the young defender was a tower of strength throughout the game once more. Gets better and better with every match.
Danny Wilson - 6
Was solid enough generally but switched off once early in the game and was lucky not to be punished by toothless Thistle attack.
Declan John - 6
Again quieter than Tav on the right, John was content to tuck in and offer cover to all the right back to push forward. Solid, if unspectacular.
Ryan Jack - 7
Difficult to fault the midfielder's overall display. Happy to do the dirty defensive work but also popped up in and around the away team's box as well.
Jason Holt - 7
The former Hearts man is on a good run of form right now and delivered another energetic display on Saturday. One great run helped create the crucial second goal and that's exactly the drive we need at times.
Daniel Candeias - 8(Gersnet Man of the Match)
The Portuguese winger showed once again why he's become one of our key players this season. Works incredibly hard but also adds quality in important areas. A fine cross for the opener and an excellent reactive finish to kill of Thistle makes him our man of the match.
Kenny Miller - 6
Not quite as effective as he was at Murrayfield last weekend but still provided one or two moments of fine play and was unlucky not to finish one great cross from Tavernier in first half.
Josh Windass - 7
Windass is an enigmatic player: clever one moment, comical the next. However, his third goal put us on easy street early doors but it was perhaps the harder work off the ball that actually caught the eye of the fans on Saturday.
Alfredo Morelos - 7
Once again the Columbian striker worked unselfishly for the team with the ball just not landing for him to secure a goal for himself. Fans continue to enjoy his overall contribution.
Niko Kranjcar - 5
The Croatian midfielder once again returned from injury for the final 20mins but despite trying hard struggled to really influence a team performance which had come rather tepid by then.
Ryan Hardie - 5
Again a late sub, Hardie has no real chance to impress on Saturday.
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