RYAN SCHOFIELD is convinced Livingston can add to Rangers’ title woes by drawing inspiration from their shock victory over Celtic.

Schofield is set to replace Light Blues keeper Robby McCrorie between the sticks.

The Huddersfield Town youngster will not be fazed by the prospect of playing in front of the biggest crowd of his career and said: "After their result on Wednesday night, they’ll be disappointed. But they’ll want to turn up in front of their home fans and put things right.

"They might be on a bit of a downer but, at the end of the day, that’s football, you win games, you lose games.

"It’s all about how you play the next game, isn’t it? We all know how good they are at home. They’ll be up for it and it will be as tough as any game. But, at the end of the day, as we proved at home by beating Celtic, the lads are capable.

“It’s 90 minutes of football and we’re capable of going there and getting a result."