The Rangers beat Aberdeen for the second time in a week to replace them in second place in the Premiership.
Danny Wilson headed into the corner to give The Rangers the lead, and Aberdeen’s only first-half response was an Andrew Considine header against the crossbar.
Former Dons midfielder Ryan Jack was sent off after the break, but Josh Windass fired The Rangers further in front.
Teenage substitute Frank Ross curled in an immediate reply from a fine free-kick, but The Rangers held on for the win.
The Glasgow side, still under caretaker manager Graeme Murty, had won against the Dons 3-0 at Ibrox on Wednesday.
They overtake us, seven points behind leaders Celtic, on goal difference.