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Hibs don't bother us, says Rangers number one

By Andy Newport

Published 05/12/2015

Wes Foderingham is not giving Ladbrokes Championship rivals Hibernian a thought as he prepares to keep Rangers at the top of the table.
Wes Foderingham is not giving Ladbrokes Championship rivals Hibernian a thought as he prepares to keep Rangers at the top of the table.

Wes Foderingham is not giving Ladbrokes Championship rivals Hibernian a thought as he prepares to keep Rangers at the top of the table.

Mark Warburton's side moved three points clear of the second-place Easter Road side with a 4-0 home win over Dumbarton at Ibrox on Tuesday night.

Following the trip to play Raith Rovers in Kirkcaldy today, Rangers face Morton at home and Falkirk away before hosting Hibs on December 28, a match which is keenly-awaited.

However, the Light Blues goalkeeper is focusing only on Starks Park.

He said: "We don't concentrate on Hibs. They are a good side and have done fantastically well so far and they are three points behind us.

"But we concentrate on ourselves. There's a big game coming up against them (Hibs) but there are a couple of games before that so we'll concentrate on those games and try to get the wins.

"All we can do is keep winning game of football.

"We had a good win in the cup, a good 4-0 win in the league the other night so we'll continue to rack up the points and try to get as many wins as we can.

"Hopefully we'll stay top of the table."

Scottish Championship: Starks Park, 3pm

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