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- Substitute Dodoo scores on debut
- Windass scores first Rangers goal
- Halliday penalty after foul on McKay
- Rangers record third straight Group F win
Rangers complete their Group F campaign at home to Stranraer on Monday evening.
Stranraer are not playing this weekend and have two wins from two so far.
Airdrieonians v Stenhousemuir - Group E
Annan Athletic v Motherwell - Group F
Ayr United v Edinburgh City - Group G
Clyde v Berwick Rangers - Group H
Cowdenbeath v Dunfermline Athletic - Group C
Dundee v Dumbarton - Group A
East Fife v Peterhead - Group A
Elgin City v Brechin City - Group B
Hamilton Academical v St Mirren - Group G
Inverness CT v Dundee United - Group C
Kilmarnock v Greenock Morton - Group H
Montrose v Alloa Athletic - Group D
Partick Thistle v Queen of the South - Group E
Ross County v Raith Rovers - Group D
St Johnstone v Falkirk - Group B
Rangers win their third game running in Scottish League Cup Group F. Andy Halliday's early penalty and Josh Windass' close-range effort put them in control before the break and debutant Joe Dodoo added a third late on.Copyright: SNS
Joe Dodoo gets a goal on his Rangers debut, sliding in to covert Lee Wallace's low cross.Copyright: SNS
Simon White comes on for Conor Hogg for the hosts.
Niko Kranjcar hooks an effort wide of the East Stirlingshire goal.
Darren Dolan gets down well at his left-hand post to keep out a Jordan Thompson shot.
Both sides have got on the ball plenty in the second half but too often the final pass or cross has been disappointing.
Gavin McMillan takes over from David Grant in East Stirlingshire's latest change.
Now Shire make a substitution. Graeme McGregor is replaced by Craig Comrie.
Jordan Thompson comes on for the visitors in place of Harry Forrester.
Great chance for the hosts. David Grant holds the ball up in the Rangers box and it breaks for Graeme McGregor, who lifts an effort well over.
New signing Joe Dodoo makes his first Rangers appearance as a replacement for fellow forward Michael O'Halloran.Copyright: SNS
Harry Forrester is off target after being played in by an inventive flick by Barrie McKay.
The pace of the game has dropped somewhat at the start of the second half. Rangers are still having most of the ball but are not creating as many openings.
Rangers begin the second period.