Rangers continued their fine form with another victory over Morton, as Kenny Miller bagged a brace to lead the Gers into an unassailable lead at the top of the Scottish Championship.
The result sees us fifteen points clear of Falkirk, and seventeen ahead of Hibs. As we said, unassailable. Assail away, pal, you won't get far. When you wake up tomorrow, it won't have been assailed, and we're confident any assailants will have failed in their assailing attempts when the season comes to an end.
It looked like it might be a minor hiccup initially, however, with Morton taking the lead against the run of play, but Kenny Miller had other ideas, first with a fine placed header from a corner:
GOAL: RANGERS 1 - 1 MORTON. MILLER 42' A precision header from Glasgow Rangers left the Greenock keeper no chance pic.twitter.com/qkksqo6jNR— Live Goals (@LiveGoalVids) March 11, 2016
And then with another good finish after great work from Barrie McKay:
GOAL: RANGER 2 - 1 MORTON. MILLER 47' A great finish turns this Game around For Glasgow rangers pic.twitter.com/ofz8uT5H6g— Live Goals (@LiveGoalVids) March 11, 2016
Lee Wallace then wrapped things up with another fine goal:
GOAL: RANGERS 3 - 1 MORTON. WALLACE 55' Smashes it into the roof of the net. Glasgow Rangers have turned it on here pic.twitter.com/5FcmY2HQ3d— Live Goals (@LiveGoalVids) March 11, 2016
And that was all she wrote. The next few weeks might be a bit of a drag: it'll be constant Old Firm patter in the press, the build-up to a Petrofac Cup Final whose only possible motivation can be "DON'T FUCK THIS UP, IT'LL BE A RIGHT RIDDY" and then into the great eternal Manichean battle that is finally back to be the only thing of any value in Scottish football. But as long as we're playing entertaining football, that's fine by us. Hopefully we'll also get to see some more cameos from the likes of Liam Burt, too.
The next game is away to Falkirk, which should at least be interesting rather than mere cannon-fodder. Onwards and upwards, brothers.