JON McLAUGHLIN: A virtual spectator, could’ve sat in his house and watched the game on the telly such was his inactivity. Another clean sheet to add to the collection though. 6

NATHAN PATTERSON: Positive from the off and almost opened the scoring on six minutes after a great run and one-two with Morelos that saw him in on goal before his shot was saved by Stryjek. Displayed his defensive qualities also when covering for Goldson on 23 minutes and clearing off Montano who fouled him in the end. Careless ball inside on 36 minutes giving away possession and ballooned an effort over after initial good work, playing a one-two with Aribo, on 56 minutes. But a decent showing overall. Was replaced by Tavernier on 62 minutes, he pointed to his ankle when walking past Gerrard on coming off which indicates he may have suffered an aggravation of his recent injury. 7

CALVIN BASSEY: Like Patterson, he was always looking to bomb down the flank and whip in crosses. Missed a glorious chance to put Rangers in front when he showed great skill to bring down a Goldson diagonal ball before cutting inside and blazing over on his weaker right foot. Was on the receiving end of Gerrard’s wrath on 32 minutes when he elected to check back when running forward and play a pass backwards. Unlike Dunfermline in the previous round, his deliveries were a shadow of those seen against the Pars but plenty of endeavour and energy as always. 7

CONNOR GOLDSON: Super pin-point diagonal balls over the top to Wright and Bassey in the first half. An easy night defensively for the former Brighton man, commanded the backline, winning everything aerially and never really tested. 7

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LEON BALOGUN: Back alongside Goldson in place of Jack Simpson, who didn't made the matchday squad, and produced a solid display. Came close to scoring when he was picked out by Hagi on 51 minutes but headed wide. Like Goldson he strolled through the game and going forward this has to be the central defensive pairing until Filip Helander returns from injury. 7

JOHN LUNDSTRAM: Filling in for Steven Davis, the former Sheffield United man gave away a couple of fouls early on, clumsily clattering into the back of players. Improved as the half wore on, defensively was sound, sniffing out any potential danger but never produced a great deal in an attacking sense. 6

GLEN KAMARA: Fresh from signing his new contract, Kamara was neat and tidy as ever, delivered a good pass forward to release Wright for a shot on nine minutes. Dragged a shot wide from the edge of the area on 39 minutes, lacking any real conviction. Overhit pass towards Wright in first-half stoppage time summed up a frustrating first 45 minutes for Rangers. Quietly but effectively went about his business in the second half. 6

JOE ARIBO: Guilty of giving the ball away needlessly on several occasions in the first half, lack of concentration. Should’ve done better when receiving a pass from Roofe on the edge of the penalty area but dallied allowing Livingston to clear. Much improved second half, kept things simple and linked up well with Patterson and Tavernier at times. Replaced by Arfield on 77 minutes. 6

SCOTT WRIGHT: One of a number of underperformers in what was a below-par first-half showing. Perhaps could’ve done better with a shot from around 20 yards that he pulled wide after a neat pass from Kamara. He certainly should have when Goldson delivered a delicious long-range ball through to him but he failed to control allowing Stryjek to gather. Poor cross looking for Roofe on 42 minutes. Hooked at half time but it could easily have been one of a number of players. 5

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KEMAR ROOFE: Few slightly mishit passes in the first half. A poor cross on 38 minutes when looking for Morelos but it was way overhit. Much better in the second half and was in the right place at the right time to fire Rangers in front on 48 minutes, showed great strikers instinct to latch onto Hagi’s ball across the face of the goal. Should’ve doubled his and Rangers' advantage nine minutes later but fired straight at Stryjek when played in by Morelos. Replaced by Sakala on 77 minutes. 7

ALFREDO MORELOS: A mixed bag of a performance from the Colombian. Had an effort cleared off the line on 34 minutes but looked a yard or two off the pace in the first half. Improved greatly in the second period, showed real tenacity to win the ball off Livingston and rifle a shot at goal on 52 minutes but his effort was tipped over by Stryjek. He doubled the lead on 63 minutes capitalising on an error from Stryjek who gave the ball away to him, once he settled on the ball he fired into the corner - a welcome goal and one you would hope would help him kick on following a recent barren spell in front of goal. Replaced by Bacuna on 70 minutes and received a rousing reception from the Ibrox crowd. 7


IANIS HAGI: Changed the game when he was introduced at half-time in place of Scott Wright. Made an almost immediate impact as he carved open the chance for Roofe to break the deadlock with an exquisite ball across goal. Fantastic cross onto the head of Balogun on 51 minutes but the Nigerian couldn’t direct his attempt on target. Was on the receiving end of a wild challenge from James Penrice on 61 minutes which enraged Gerrard and everyone of a blue persuasion inside Ibrox. Always looking to create and get forward and caused Livingston all sorts of problems. 8

JAMES TAVERNIER: Replaced Patterson on 62 minutes. Wasn’t too far away with a curling free kick on 71 minutes that just flew past Stryjek’s left-hand post. 5

JUNINHO BACUNA: On for Morelos on 70 minutes. Worked hard and looked eager to make an impression but didn’t really do so. 3

SCOTT ARFIELD: On for Aribo on 77 minutes, didn’t see much in the way of action. 3

FASHION SAKALA: On for Roofe on 77 minutes. Full of energy as always but no real impact on the game. 3