Rangers beat Dundee 1-0 in League Cup to book place at Hampden

Rangers join Celtic, Aberdeen and Kilmarnock in the semi-final draw.

Rangers beat Dundee 1-0 in League Cup to book place at Hampden for semi-final SNS Group

Rangers are through to the semi-finals of the Scottish League Cup following a 1-0 win over Dundee at Ibrox on Wednesday night.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s men will now join Kilmarnock, Celtic and Aberdeen in the last four for the games to be held at Hampden next year as they look to end their decade long wait to win the tournament.

Rangers have won the League Cup more than any other team but last time they held the trophy was following their 2-1 extra-time final over Celtic in March 2011.

The Championship side competed well and restricted the home team to a single goal in the first hour

Steven Davis scored the only goal of the game in the first ten minutes when he pounced on the rebound when a Scott Wright shot was saved to nod the ball in from close range to make it 1-0.

Despite having the lion’s share of possession and chances Rangers couldn’t find that killer second goal and Dundee grew in confidence the longer the game went on.

Despite some scary moments for the home side Jon McGlaughlin never had much to do as the game fizzled out in the dying stages.

The Glasgow club were the last club to book their place in the last four following a win for Kilmarnock on Tuesday followed by Celtic and Aberdeen in Wednesday’s earlier games.