Rangers were held to a fourth successive draw today, with Livingston earning a 1-1 draw at Ibrox.
Rangers were held to a fourth draw in a row today, as Haris Vuckic's opener was cancelled out by an Ibra Sekajja equaliser for Livingston this afternoon.
The game was Stuart McCall's first in charge of Rangers, with the former midfielder returning to the club he played 250 games for in the 1990's.
McCall was appointed on Thursday, so has had very little time to get to know his squad ahead of today's game - but the impact of a new manager appeared to galvanise the Rangers side early on.
Newcastle loanee Vuckic scored his second goal in a matter of days following his strike against Queen of the South in midweek, with the Slovenian giving Rangers the lead inside ten minutes.
Rangers couldn't kick on and get the second goal from there though, and they were hit in the second half as former Crystal Palace youngster Sekajja snatched a point for Livingston.
With four draws in a row, Rangers are struggling for form right now - and McCall will be hoping that he can turn things around in the coming weeks.