Rangers FC lost their midweek fixture vs Kilmarnock at the Ruby Park meaning the Gers have now slipped to third on the league table.
The Gers are now three points behind league leaders Celtic but Brendan Rodgers’ men do have a game in hand.
Many people are claiming that the title race is well and truly over for Steven Gerrard men – more so if they keep dropping points in such crucial moments.
But according to Rangers captain, James Tavernier here’s what the team needs to do in order to beat Celtic to the Premiership title.
“We’ve been in the same position before when we have dropped points, but we can’t afford to drop any more,” said the Rangers captain.
“We’ve got to expect Celtic to win every game, so what we can do is win every game going forward.
“We have to put in a lot better performance against Livingston at the weekend and repay all our fans with a performance that they deserve.
“It was very disappointing at Kilmarnock. We made a good start, our formation was working really and we got the opening goal. But in this league, if you are going to gift teams chances as we did with two, they are going to punish you.
“It’s so disappointing for the boys, especially given that three weeks ago we put in the type of performance that we did against Celtic.
“I wish we could have replicated that, but it wasn’t there after the 20 minutes and when we conceded the goal. We need to have a long hard look at ourselves.”