Rangers loss to St. Johnstone was a huge blow to Graeme Murty's side. After winning four straight the Glasgow club had pulled level with Aberdeen, now they must take on Kilmarnock on Saturday, once again playing catch-up.
Taking on Killie at Rugby Park, the away side will possibly be more confident rather if it had been played at Ibrox. With five wins from six, Rangers form on the road is what has kept them in the run for second.
Kilmarnock have the joint-worse home record in the league, winning just twice and conceding 17 times.
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