Rangers 1-0 Livingston | Super Sub Arfield Unlocks Livingston’s Stubborn Defence | cinch Premiership

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Rangers remain four points ahead after Scott Arfield comes off the bench to net and ease the Ibrox nerves late into the second half.

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