Published November 20, 2014
Rangers concluded its home schedule with a disappointing 0-0 tie against Motherwell on Saturday, as the troubled club's forgetful season in the Scottish Premier League nears an end.
Rangers entered administration this season and was docked 10 points, ending an impressive run of three straight SPL titles. In addition, Rangers has been hit with a transfer ban and lost a Champions League place.
Motherwell, eight points behind Rangers in third, will claim the league's only other Champions League spot in addition to champions Celtic, at the expense of Rangers.
Rangers finished 12-2-5 at home but failed to send off its fans with a victory ahead of what promises to be a turbulent summer in Glasgow.
Kilmarnock 1, Aberdeen 1
Kilmarnock, Scotland - Dean Shiels scored his 14th goal in the 53rd minute as Kilmarnock was able to secure a 1-1 draw against Aberdeen on Saturday at Rugby Park in the Scottish Premier League.
Jamie Masson scored inside the half-hour mark for Aberdeen, which is winless in three straight matches. Killie is winless in two, and points ahead of St. Mirren for seventh place, the top spot in the lower half of the table.
Inverness 1, St. Mirren 0
Paisley, Scotland - Richie Foran scored in the 85th minute as Inverness edged St. Mirren, 1-0, for its first win since the split Saturday at St. Mirren Park in the Scottish Premier League.
Inverness had two losses and a draw in its last three, but ended the streak to climb six points ahead of Hibernian for 10th place. St. Mirren lost for the first time since the split and is eighth, two behind Kilmarnock.