McCulloch hits high spot for Rangers

BELL (6) Has had many quiet games during an impressive first campaign at Ibrox and this was another as the Diamonds failed to threaten.

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Lee Wallace was excellent for Rangers in 3-0 win over Airdrie
Lee Wallace was excellent for Rangers in 3-0 win over Airdrie

FOSTER (6) Had little to do at the back as Airdrie were pinned in their own half but got forward to add his weight in the final third.

McCULLOCH (9) Got the party started after just two minutes when he fired home from the spot before making it two from two from 12 yards and then completing his hat-trick before the first half was out.

MOHSNI (7) Rarely troubled defensively as Rangers cruised to victory. Saw a sweetly-struck shot come back off the post early in the second half.

WALLACE (8) Has been Rangers' key man on the road to title glory and was once again excellent as Ally McCoist's side got over the line last night.

AIRD (6) Decent showing from the Canadian kid. Looked dangerous early on down the right flank before switching sides after the break.

BLACK (6) Attracted the ire of the Light Blue legions for his comments this week but played his part in a comfortable win against the Diamonds.

LAW (7) Was the Gers' worst performer against Albion Rovers at the weekend but upped his game last night. More energy and drive in the middle of the park and should have scored.

TEMPLETON (6) Back on form as he shone in the opening 45 minutes before injury forced him off. A constant threat with his speed and skill down the flank and was missed after the break.

DALY (6) The Irishman's goals have proven crucial in the Gers' title triumph. Couldn't add to his tally last night but another good shift alongside Little and then Clark up front.

LITTLE (6) Restored to the starting line-up and made a noticeable difference. Impressed in a good showing but didn't see the first half out as he pulled up with a muscle injury.

SUBSTITUTES: CLARK (6) Came on for Little after a lengthy injury lay-off and looked bright as he bids to finish his first season at Ibrox on a high.

Peralta (5) Replaced Templeton. Didn't have the same impact but a decent performance.

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