Rangers’ record on this day – P: 22 W: 14 D: 7 L: 1
GD: +28 F: 42 A: 14
Win %: 63.64%
Average Goals Scored P/M: 1.91, Conceded: 0.64
1881: A.Maitland scores for Rangers as they are beaten 3-1 in a Friendly by Jamestown.
1887: Rangers are held to a 0-0 draw with Cowlairs in the Glasgow Cup Semi-Final.
1892: A goal each from Duncan Clark and John Barker hands Rangers a 2-1 Friendly win over Glasgow Thistle at Ibrox.
1898: Rangers’ 100% winning record in the League is threatened as the Gers squeeze past Hibs 4-3 at Easter Road. The Gers found themselves 2-0 down before goals from Jim Miller and Alec Smith levelled up. The home side edged in-front again only for RC Hamilton to equalise. With just a few minutes to go, Rangers’ are awarded a penalty with is duly converted by Bobby Neil to seal a 4-3 victory. At the end of the game, many Hibs supporters charged the pitch to try and get at Referee Jimmy Adams who they believed had had a poor game. Adams had actually gotten a cheer from the fans at the start of the game as he was something of an Edinburgh football icon having served Hearts with distinction. He had also been Rangers’ first League goalscorer when he scored an OG when Rangers beat Hearts 5-2 in 1890.
1904: An Archie Kyle brace and a goal from Alec Smith gives Rangers a 3-1 win at home against Third Lanark. This was to be Nicol Smith’s final match for Rangers, as less than 2 months later he would lose his life to a gastric illness which had also killed his wife.
1910: Rangers thump Queen’s Park 4-0 at Hampden with goals from Willie Reid (2), Alex Bennett and Billy Hogg.
1921: Rangers defeat Morton 2-1 at Cappielow. Andy Cunningham equalised for the Gers before Geordie Henderson netted the winner.
1927: Goals from Alan Morton and Jimmy Fleming are enough to see Rangers to a 2-1 victory away at Falkirk.
1932: Rangers beat St Johnstone 3-0. A Bob McPhail double and a goal from Jimmy Smith secure the points for the Gers.
1938: Alex Venters and Willie Waddell get the goals as Rangers beat Clyde 2-0 at Ibrox.
1949: Rangers defeat Raith 3-1 thanks to a Billy Williamson brace and a goal from Willie Thornton.
1952: John Woods grabs both goals as Rangers beat Stenhousemuir 2-0 in a Friendly.
1955: Don Kitchenbrand and Sammy Baird are on target to earn Rangers a 2-1 victory over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
1960: Rangers were leading Motherwell 1-0 at Fir Park when the match was controversially abandoned on 81 minutes due to fog. Ralph Brand had scored the goal. Discussions began as to whether the result should stand or if a Replay should be scheduled. Eventually, the match was Replayed in full.
1966: Rangers cruise to a 4-0 win over Ayr Utd with goals coming from Jim Forrest, Alex Smith (2) and Davie Provan.
1977: Rangers beat St Mirren 2-1 at Ibrox. Derek Johnstone opened the scoring but a penalty from Alex Miller was required to seal the win. The Light Blues had Tommy McLean sent-off.
1983: Rangers draw 0-0 at home with Dundee Utd.
1986: Ally McCoist and Dave McPherson are on the scoresheet as Rangers beat Dundee 2-1 at Ibrox.
1987: Rangers are forced to settle for a 0-0 draw in a Friendly match with Monaco.
1988: Rangers are held to a 0-0 draw away at Dundee.
1991: Rangers beat Hibs 3-0 at Easter Road. Mark Hateley opened the scoring before Ally McCoist netted a brace.
1994: Mark Hateley is on the scoresheet in Rangers’ 1-1 draw with Falkirk at Ibrox.
1995: Goals from Brian Laudrup, Ally McCoist and McKinlay (OG) seals a 3-3 draw for Rangers with Celtic at Ibrox.
1997: Marco Negri is the Rangers scorer as the Ibrox men draw 1-1 with Celtic at Parkhead. The Gers had Paul Gascoigne dismissed.
2005: Rangers are beaten 3-0 by Celtic at Parkhead.
2006: Nacho Novo scores the only goal on 78 minutes as Rangers defeat Hearts 1-0 in Edinburgh.
2011: Rangers draw 0-0 at home with St Johnstone.
1870: Andrew McCreadie – (Girvan, South Ayrshire). Rangers: 1889-1894, 1896-1897 (Defender). Apps: 140, Goals: 14, Honours: 1 Scottish League title, 2 Scottish Cups, 3 Glasgow Cups, 1 Glasgow League title, 1890 Rangers Sports Trophy. International Caps: 2 (Scotland).