By Mike Slater

6th Nov, 2021 | 12:10pm

Stephen Craigan shares verdict on Rangers v Ross County

Stephen Craigan has insisted that Rangers must guard against complacency against Ross County on Sunday afternoon.

The Bears will be looking to end this latest batch of fixtures with a bang before the start of the international break.

Craigan sent a big warning to Steven Gerrard and his men as Ross County will go for the win at Ibrox no matter how difficult.

Speaking to BT Sports Scottish Football Extra last night, Craigan sent a big warning to the Bears ahead of tomorrow’s showdown.

“Everyone will have this down as an easy home win, Rangers scored six last time out against Motherwell,” he said.

“Probably their most complete performance of the season so far in Europe and domestically. The one thing Steven Gerrard has to guard against is complacency because Ross County are better than the results are showing.”

Complacency.

If there is one thing that Gerrard will guarantee, it is that the players will be nowhere near complacent in any game.

Having said that, something isn’t quite right in the squad right now.

Ryan Kent returning in midweek was a huge boost, and that was highlighted as he assisted the equaliser for Ianis Hagi against Brondby.

On top of that, the return of Ryan Jack is right around the corner and he is another player who will demand high expectations of those around him.

Ross County come into this on the back of a huge 5-0 win at Dundee, and confidence will be high within their camp.

It is down to the Bears to kill that as early as possible, and we believe they will certainly do that.

In other Rangers news, Kris Boyd has destroyed one Bears star this week over an embarrassing stat from this season