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Rangers Ladies out to upset Glasgow City’s unbeaten record in the league

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Sunday marks the restart of the SWPL season after a break, with the tie of the weekend being at Petershill Park as Rangers Ladies play host to Glasgow City. City are currently top of the SWPL five points clear of second place Hibernian and seven clear of Rangers with eleven games played.

Despite, losing to Glasgow City 3-2 earlier in the season, Rangers Ladies have went unbeaten since and goalkeeper Khym Ramsay is confident that they can ‘upset’ City’s unbeaten record.

She said: “We always play to win. We will give them as good a game as we possibly can and will hopefully upset their unbeaten record in the league.”

Last season, Rangers finished a disappointing ninth place in the league, but Ramsay believes that the new additions at the start of the season and the appointment of head coach Angie Hinds has paid dividends for the side.

angiehindsRamsay added: “She [Hinds] has brought us together a lot more, we are working more as a unit. We have obviously brought some players in who have been great additions. After last season finishing in the bottom six, we are now sitting third in the league which is a great feat for us. But hopefully we can go one further and come second even hopefully come first.

“There’s still room for us to do that, we’ve still to play the two clubs [Glasgow City & Hibernian] twice and we have also got a cup to play for as well. Our aim for this season was to better last season and we have done that by finishing in the top six.

“We are just hoping to make progress every single game and if we can go out on Sunday and put in a great performance then I can’t see why we can’t [beat City].”

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Andy Muirhead is the Editor of Scotzine and the Scottish Football fanzine FITBA. He is the Scottish Football columnist for The Morning Star and has written for a number of other publications including ESPN, Huffington Post UK, BT Life's a Pitch and has had his work featured in the Daily Record, The Scotsman and the Daily Mail.

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