BIG spending Rangers stretched an unbeaten run to six games by holding Golden to a 1-1 draw in last night's Marlboro First Division match at Shamshuipo Sports Ground. Rangers have not lost since their 2-0 defeat by Frankwell in their first match of the season in September and they are set to continue that trend as Lam Tai-fai's expensive team begin to show their true worth. The former Hong Kong giants created more chances than Golden although Rangers had Argentine midfielder Hugo Gimenez to thank when the little player headed in the equaliser in the 87th minute from Kevin Meacock's flick-on. Golden took a 1-0 lead in the 20th minute when Dutchman Marlon Van Der Sander scored his first goal in the Hong Kong league. Van Der Sander, who played for South China towards the end of last season, poached the ball from close range. Ranger's key midfielder Tam Siu-wai, who was suffering from a slight groin injury, injected more life in Rangers' midfield when he came in as a replacement for Lee Wing-cheong in the 40th minute. Meanwhile, Rangers' boss Lam will today decide the fate of three foreign players whose one-month contract with the club has expired. The fate of Meacock, Darren Fellows and George 'Prince' Iwuoha will be known after a special internal meeting of the club executive.