Rangers still have lots to do in the race for the Scottish Premiership, with Celtic currently leading the way after an inspired run of form.
The Bluenoses’ loss against Kilmarnock has had a big impact on their season as they’re now relying on other sides stopping the Hoops in their tracks, with the next Old Firm clash not until the end of March.
Sadly, things could soon take a negative turn for Steven Gerrard’s side as a crunch clash in the league against Aberdeen will be followed by a Scottish Cup match against Kilmarnock this month.
So, here is the nightmare February for Rangers…
CRASH OUT OF SCOTTISH CUP
The Scottish Cup provides Rangers with a big chance to secure some silverware this season, as their Scottish Premiership pursuit has taken a hit in recent times.
Although, the Bluenoses will travel to Rugby Park to face Kilmarnock in the 5th round of the Scottish Cup, which will prove to be an incredibly difficult encounter as Gerrard suffered defeat in the league against Killie last month.
So, Rangers’ dreams of securing silverware in Gerrard’s first season could soon vanish, which would be sure to disappoint supporters.
GLEN KAMARA DISAPPOINTS AT IBROX
Glen Kamara originally signed a pre-contract agreement with Rangers but the Glasgow side managed to agree a fee with his former club Dundee to secure his services in January.
Gerrard already has the likes of Steven Davies, Ross McCrorie, Ryan Jack and Scott Arfield at his disposal, so securing regular minutes may be difficult for Kamara.
The Bluenoses will be hoping that the Finland international hits the ground running at Ibrox, but things could go pear shaped as he’s making quite a big step up from Dundee to Rangers.
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