Philippe Clement looked 'thoroughly fed up' after watching his Rangers team drop points in the title race with Celtic.

Simon Jordan watched on from home as Ross County defeated the Ibrox club 3-2 in the Highlands on Sunday afternoon.

That result meant the four-point gap Celtic opened up on their arch-Glasgow rivals on Saturday remained, albeit Rangers do have a game in hand to play against Dundee.

Speaking on talkSPORT alongside Jim White this morning, former Crystal Palace owner has urged Rangers to prove him wrong - by 'laying a glove' on Celtic in order to win the Premiership title.

“I listened to him [Philippe Clement] and saw a little bit of the game," Jordan said. "I listened to his speech afterward where he’s thoroughly fed up.

"You saw him turn on his heel after the result, walk straight down the tunnel and he didn’t pull any punches about what he thought about the performance. It’s disappointing you want the jeopardy of the real stuff.

"Now Rangers have got to do what I accused them of being unable to do last week with [Graeme] Souness and that’s lay a glove on Celtic.

“Are they going to win this league now? They can’t win this league by not beating Celtic. Now they’ve got to go to Celtic Park and they’ve got to beat them to win the league and win their game in hand.”

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Meanwhile, the SPFL has announced a major update on the state of play for Dundee's home match against Rangers.

The game is scheduled to take place at Dens Park at 8pm on Wednesday, April 17. The match has already been called off on two occasions due to a waterlogged pitch.

A pitch inspection will take place at Dens tomorrow on Tuesday, April 16 to determine whether the playing surface is playable or not.