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Rangers: John Lundstram ‘fit’ to play against Livingston after ‘scans’

Rangers: John Lundstram ‘fit’ to play against Livingston after ‘scans’ -Rangers News

Glasgow Rangers have been handed an injury boost to John Lundstram before their game at Ibrox in the Premiership this afternoon.

The Lowdown: Ongoing ankle injury

The 28-year-old revealed earlier this week that he has been playing for the past three weeks with an ankle injury.

The former Sheffield United midfielder says that he has got a ‘tear’ after getting it checked out on Monday following the Gers’ 2-1 win at Motherwell last weekend.

The Latest: Lundstram ‘fit’ to feature

Speaking to the media in his pre-game press conference ahead of their match at home to Livingston today, Van Bronckhorst has confirmed that Lundstram is ‘fit’ to play after having ‘scans’ on his ankle.

The Rangers boss stated: “Lundstram is okay, we have done scans and he is fit.”

The Verdict: Boost for Rangers

Given that he has seemingly being playing through pain over the last few weeks, having Lundstram fit is a big boost for the Gers’ chances of getting all three points.

The Englishman has been a mainstay in the team so far this season, playing in every game in the Premiership and Champions League, as he is clearly someone that Van Bronckhorst trusts.

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Other than chipping in with a handy two goals from the middle of the park, Lundstram has ranked highly among his team-mates in terms of average interceptions, shots, dribbles and passes at a high success rate per match in the league, while nobody for the Light Blues plays more long balls than him (WhoScored).

Having him fully fit means that he can play to his best, which is what the Teddy Bears will need this afternoon.

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