Rangers signalled their intent on their top-flight return with a 2-0 Scottish League Cup victory over Premiership rivals Motherwell. Hosts Well passed up a host chances in an entertaining match. But Rangers were lifted when they went ahead immediately after the break as James Tavernier found the far top corner with a superb curling drive. Martyn Waghorn added the second with a low curler in stoppage time to give Rangers the three Group F points.
Rangers' Jason Holt celebrates Rangers were much too slick for Queen of the South as they won comfortably at Palmerston Park in the Championship. The visitors' swift, sharp passing and ruthlessness in the final third created goals for Andy Halliday, Jason Holt and the excellent Barrie McKay. Martyn Waghorn scored two penalties as Rangers made it eight wins from eight.