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|Player||CZE||Pos Res||Success Rate||Highlighted Team results|
|James Tavernier||14||7||0.50||3 shots, corner|
|Barrie McKay||13||8||0.62||free kick (goal), corner, 3 shots|
|Gedion Zelalem||8||6||0.75||throw in, free kick, shot|
|Andy Halliday||6||4||0.67||2 shots, corner|
|Nathan Oduwa||6||3||0.50||goal, 2 shots|
|Lee Wallace||4||2||0.50||throw in|
|Jason Holt||3||3||1.00||corner, shot|
|Dean Shiels||3||3||1.00||2 shots|
|Dominic Ball||3||2||0.67||shot, corner|
|Martyn Waghorn||3||2||0.67||throw in|
|Rob Kiernan||3||2||0.67||2 shots|
- Of all of the Controlled Entries into the final third, Rangers created 96% of them as Alloa only had three for the entire match.
- A total of 15 shots were generated from Rangers CZE
- There was a real balance to Rangers attack as 35% came from right sided players (Tavernier, Oduwa, & Waghorn – after Clark entered the match), 26% coming from the left (McKay & Wallace) & 30% coming from the central midfielders.
- A sign of Rangers dominance on the ball can be seen by the fact that the center backs had a combined six CZEs resulting in three shots.
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