GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) -- Rangers' troubles deepened with a 1-0 Scottish Premier League defeat against Kilmarnock and the loss of its unbeaten home record on Saturday.
Four days after the 140-year-old Glasgow club was deducted 10 points for seeking bankruptcy protection, Rangers lost to a 12th-minute goal to Dean Shiels.
Defender Sasa Papac was sent off as the defending champions' first loss in 14 matches at Ibrox also ended a run of eight straight home wins over Kilmarnock.
Rangers was left 14 points behind leader Celtic, which is at Hibernian on Sunday. The 54-time Scottish champions have almost no chance of successfully defending their title.
Third-place Motherwell beat Hearts 3-0, Dundee United drew 0-0 with St. Mirren and Inverness drew 1-1 at Dunfermline.