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RANGERS Ladies will look to bounce back from consecutive defeats for the first time this year on Sunday (4pm) when they face SWPL champions Glasgow City.
The Light Blues lost 2-0 last night to Spartans and that result confirmed City – who recently relinquished their six-year unbeaten league record to the Edinburgh side – as champions.
Although there’s no title to chase, Gers are having their best top-flight campaign yet and still sit in the runners-up spot with three fixtures remaining.
But they’ll look to protect their position having lost twice in four days, with the team also eliminated from the Scottish Cup at the weekend by Aberdeen.
Extra-time was required at Heathryfold Park to separate the sides after Erin Cuthbert’s equaliser had ensured it would finish 1-1 at the end of the regulation 90 minutes.
The Dons went ahead again but despite going down to 10 players when Sophie Riley was sent off for illegally denying a goalscoring opportunity, Gers were handed a late lifeline.
Cuthbert was brought down in the box and a penalty was given but Cuthbert’s kick was saved and the visitors were on their way out at the quarter-final stage.
Yesterday’s encounter came with manager Kevin Murphy minus a number of key players and as such there were several changes to the starting line-up.
The game’s pivotal moment came after the break when Rangers midfielder Natalie Ross was shown a second yellow card despite seeming to win a challenge.
From there, Spartans were able to forge ahead and two goals were enough to give the fourth-placed side victory at Ainslie Park.
Both meetings with Glasgow City have been close this season, with the Light Blues narrowly missing out on each occasion.
They were beaten 3-2 at Sunday’s match venue Petershill Park in May then lost 3-1 when the teams came together again for a post-split tie in August.
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