ANDY HALLIDAY is confident Rangers won’t lose their Championship momentum after a weekend out of action.

The Light Blues’ trip to Raith Rovers was called off on Saturday morning as torrential rain and high winds swept across the country.

Rangers face Morton this weekend aiming to maintain their advantage over title rivals Hibernian and Halliday is keen to get back down to business.

He said: “It is just frustrating because we want to play. You do all the right things all week to gear towards the Saturday and you are fully focused so it is a pity when it gets called off.

“Not only the players, but the fans, they need to go to Raith Rovers on a Tuesday night, when it is harder for them to travel.

“That makes it all the more frustrating. At the end of the day, it is one of those things and there were quite a lot of call offs over the weekend. We have got to look forward to the game now.

“I suppose [it was good that other games were called off]. But we have just got to look after ourselves.

“We are the only result we care about on a Saturday. At the end of the day. if we will all our games then we are going to win the league.

“We have just got to make sure we do the right things and get the three points at the weekend. We can’t worry about anyone else.”

Rangers saw off St Mirren and Dumbarton last week as they got their title bid back on track after a frustrating couple of outings.

And boss Warburton ensured his side made the most of their unexpected afternoon off with a Murray Park training session.

“It was very frustrating, we got a bit of momentum going with a couple of good wins and some good score lines,” Halliday told RangersTV.

“It is never nice to get a game called off but sometimes it is to be expected at this time of year.

“It is unfortunate but we have just got to look forward to the return leg and we have got Morton at home on Saturday so it is on to that.

“We were in here (at Murray Park) for pre-match. We were supposed to leave at 11.30 but we heard about the inspection and then the gaffer came in and told us so it was training, and we would obviously rather play than train.

“It was really tough on Saturday, really tough. And because of the weather, we were inside, which made it that bit tougher because it is slightly harder to breathe than when you are outside.

“It was a tough session but it is to be expected because we had the day off the next day.”