Rangers will meet Kilmarnock for the second time in a matter of weeks on Saturday evening, but this time in the Scottish Cup.
Steven Gerrard and Steve Clark have been in a war of words with each other recently over comments made by the former, however, the two sides will be looking to progress in the competition.
The Light Blues are unbeaten in four matches since the defeat at Rugby Park and will look to get retribution for that loss on Saturday.
And, Gary McAllister has revealed in their pre-match press conference, via the club’s official Twitter account, that Rangers are in a good position to secure their place in the next round.
GM: No fresh injuries, Dorrans and Murphy are progressing well.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) February 8, 2019
The assistant manager, who was filling in for Gerrard, stated that the Glaswegians had no new injury concerns whilst both Graham Dorrans and Jamie Murphy are progressing well with their rehabilitation.
Rangers will want to ensure they progress into the next round of the competition as they look to win their first piece of silverware under Gerrard.
However, they will need to be at their very best on Saturday to beat Kilmarnock on a pitch they have not had too much joy with recently.
No new injury concerns will help improve their chances at the weekend and Gerrard will be keen to see his side make it five wins on the bounce.
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