Goals from Nicky Clark, Ian Black and Nicky Law give Rangers a commanding 3-0 half-time lead over Raith Rovers in their Scottish Championship meeting at Stark's Park.
Two goals in the space of as many minutes at the end of the first half have helped Rangers to a 3-0 lead over Raith Rovers in their Scottish Championship clash.
Ian Black and Nicky Law struck in quick succession to extend an advantage which Rangers had earned through Nicky Clark's 16th-minute opener at Stark's Park.
The two sides were level on points prior to kickoff, but Ally McCoist's men were dominant from the first whistle and were rewarded on the scoresheet when Clark leaped to head home Fraser Aird's cross.
Rovers keeper Ross Laidlaw palmed a Lewis Macleod curler wide of the post and saved a miscued Kris Boyd effort from close range before Black's deflected 22-yard strike left him with no chance.
Law gave the Gers further half-time breathing space when his free kick found the top corner on 39 minutes.
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