Motherwell v Rangers
Rangers made two changes from the side that defeated Celtic for today's Clydesdale Bank Premier League game at Motherwell.
Kyle Bartley started along with Ross Perry, while Carlos Bocanegra missed out through suspension and Rhys McCabe was injured.
Motherwell welcomed back Keith Lasley from suspension and he replaced Stuart Carswell in the only change from last week's defeat to Kilmarnock.
Rangers headed into the match knowing they needed to win to deny rivals Celtic the opportunity to clinch the title against St Johnstone tomorrow.
But it was Motherwell who surged into the lead with just six minutes on the clock when Sasa Papac inadvertently played the ball forward for Chris Humphrey and his low cross found Henrik Ojamaa who rifled home from close range.
Rangers were back on level terms just three minutes later when a Lasley clearance fell for Steven Whittaker 30 yards out and he sent a swerving left-foot shot past goalkeeper Darren Randolph.
Whittaker was then cautioned for a challenge on Tim Clancy and the Motherwell player was fortunate to also escape with a yellow card from referee Iain Brines following his reaction to the foul.
HT: Motherwell 1 Rangers 1 Motherwell still looked dangerous and Nicky Law found himself through on goal only to be denied by an impressive stop from Allan McGregor, before Humphrey saw his effort fizz wide.
At the other end, there was a moment of controversy when Sone Aluko went to ground after being clipped by Randolph and thought he had won a penalty.
But, rather than point to the spot, referee Brines booked the player for diving.
INTRO: Motherwell and Rangers were forced to settle for level terms at half-time in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League at Fir Park.
The home side opened the scoring early on through Henrik Ojamaa, but the champions levelled just three minutes later thanks to Steven Whittaker.
Rangers could have had a penalty when Sone Aluko went to ground in the box but the player was booked for diving instead.
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