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Falkingham: we are good enough to halt Rangers' unbeaten run

There is still something to play for, even if it may not be the title.

Dunfermline's Josh Falkingham believes that Rangers' pursuit of a league campaign unblemished by defeat will prevent them from slipping up this afternoon.

Although securing the SPFL League 1 championship on Wednesday was viewed in most quarters as simply an inevitable formality, Falkingham insists that Ally McCoist's under-pressure side deserve praise for the manner in which they have marched to the title. "Fair play to Rangers," he said.

"They deserve to take a lot of credit for what they have done. It would massive for them to go the whole league season unbeaten.

"We'll be desperate to break that run. We feel that we're a good enough side to do that."

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