Three reasons why Killie could pile misery on Rangers

The honeymoon period is over for Pedro Caixinha and Rangers. The optimism of the previous three weeks came crashing to an end on Saturday after a disappointing draw at home to Motherwell all but ended their hopes of hauling in Aberdeen in second place.

They are now ten points behind the Dons and while almost none of that gap is the fault of Caixinha, supporters were still disappointed to see the inconsistent form continue after a bright performance against Hamilton.

The fixtures roll on and this week is a big one for the Gers with two away matches likely to make or completely break their league season. Six points from their next two matches against Kilmarnock and Aberdeen are absolute musts, slip up and they should probably start looking below them instead of upwards.

The match against Kilmarnock is not going to be easy. Lee McCulloch’s side will fancy their chances of getting a result despite the fact that on paper, Rangers should be romping to a win. Why?

Here are three┬áreasons why Killie are well placed to pile more misery on the Govan giants…