WITH several Rangers players plying their trade away from Ibrox this season, we take a look at how they fared over the weekend.

Scottish Championship

Jordan Thompson and Ryan Hardie (Livingston)

After scoring on his debut last weekend, Hardie found the net once again for Livi as they defeated Falkirk 3-1 away. The striker linked up with fellow Ger Jordan Thompson, latching onto the midfielder’s cross to head home. David Hopkin’s side are now just one point behind Dundee United in second place.

Myles Beerman (Queen of the South)

The left-back was not included in the matchday squad as Queens went down to a 2-0 defeat away to St Mirren on Saturday.

Scottish League One

Ross Lyon (Stranraer)

Lyon came off the bench for the final 26 minutes of Stranraer’s 2-0 home defeat to East Fife, a result that saw them drop out of the play-off spots into fifth place.

Kieran Wright (Albion Rovers)

Wright started in goals for Rovers again but Omar Kader’s 28th-minute strike saw them fall to a 1-0 defeat against Arbroath.

Scottish League Two

Robby McCrorie (Berwick Rangers)

It was a day to forget for the young goalkeeper, who was beaten four times as nine-man Berwick were thumped 4-0 away to Stenhousemuir.

English League One

Harry Forrester (AFC Wimbledon)

Forrester came off the bench on the 63rd minute of Wimbledon’s 2-0 defeat away to Rotherham.

Liga MX

Carlos Pena (Cruz Azul)

Pena was again among the substitutes but came on for the final half hour of Cruz Azul’s 2-1 loss away to Atlas. Pedro Caixinha’s side have started the Liga MX campaign slowly, picking up six points in five matches to sit 10th in the 18-team table.