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Beasley and Edu team up for Rangers
March 9th, 2010 11:17PM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] DaMarcus Beasley and Maurice Edu appear to be putting their injury problems behind them. Beasley played the entire 90 minutes for Rangers and Edu joined him on the field in the second half -- the first time they've been on the field together for Rangers in 11 months -- in Tuesday's 2-0 win over Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premier League.

Beasley had a rather quiet game until he was involved in the buildup to the second goal scored by Kenny Miller in the 61st minute.

The win extended Rangers' lead over Celtic to 13 points.

There are five games left in the first phase of the SPL season. After 33 games, the 12 teams are split into two groups of six -- the top six and bottom six -- and play five more games.

Walter Smith's men took time to subdue an energetic Kilmarnock outfit before goals from Steven Whittaker and Kenny Miller early in the second half secured the win which extends their lead over Celtic at the top of the standings to 13 points.



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