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Motherwell's Ojamaa out to break decade-long drought against Rangers

Motherwell striker Henrik Ojamaa is confident the club can break a 10-year winless streak against Rangers.

The Fir Park club have not beaten 'Gers since December 2002, making it 35 matches in all competitions, but the Estonian striker feels that the elation of the Glasgow clubs Old Firm derby win over Celtic on Sunday has the reigning champions in vulnerable state.

"Saturday is a huge game for us. I was there on Sunday to see my first Old Firm derby and it will be hard for Rangers to repeat that type of performance against us," he said.

"It might be difficult for them after a game like that to be as motivated.

"Sunday was a great, crazy game with lots of goals and sendings off. It was an important win for Rangers as they'd lost two in a row before that and it will give them more confidence.

"But before our defeat to Kilmarnock we'd lost only one of our last nine league games so we are confident. "I've been told how long it is since we beat them but records are there to be broken. We believe we can win."

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Andrew Slevison
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