BY Kyle Gunn 

STEPHEN McGinn reckons Rangers are the perfect opposition for St Mirren as they look to end their six game losing run.

Steven Gerrard brings his Ibrox charges to the Simple Digital Arena for today’s lunchtime kick off.

And the Paisley skipper hopes to draw on the goalless stalemate with Celtic for inspiration.

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He said: "Every game is tough in this league for different reasons but with everything that comes with playing the Old Firm at home, it is probably a nice challenge for us.

"The way we went about the Celtic game, the positives we took from that, todayis one we are actually looking forward to."

The Gazette:

McGinn is hoping the Paisley side can reproduce their performance from the 0-0 draw with Celtic 

A 19-year-old McGinn scored a wonder goal against Rangers in October 2008 when Gus MacPherson’s side recorded a 1-0 home victory.

Despite not remembering much about the strike itself, the midfielder does recall similar circumstances.

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And ten years on would take a repeat of the scoreline and he concedes he doesn’t care who puts the ball in the net this time around.

He continued: "It was really special. I think we were having a tough time of it then.

"So if someone in our squad can step up and produce a 1-0 win for us then we will snap their hand off for it."