It’s been a solid start to the season for Rangers as under Steven Gerrard the Glasgow club have won their last two league games following their defeat in the Old Firm derby and currently sit second in the table behind Hearts.
Following on from their solid form in the league, Rangers also held Villarreal to a 2-2 draw in what was a very tough opening game of their Europa League campaign. With the form of Kyle Lafferty and superb defender James Tavernier, Rangers look like a team that could seriously challenge for the title this season and finally stop their rivals from winning yet another league title.
In what will come as great news for Gerrard, four first-team players are on their way back to fitness. One of those four is former Liverpool man, Jordan Rossiter who played for the Rangers reserves against Motherwell. If Rossiter hasn’t picked up another injury following the game, he could well make his return for the side in their Betfred Cup clash with Ayr United tomorrow night according to the Daily Record.
Since making the move north Rossiter has struggled with persistent injuries and has so far only made 11 appearances for the club since being signed by Mark Warburton. He suffered an injury on the final day of last season and picked a further knock during pre-season preventing him from making his first appearance for Gerrard.
If he can return, he could give Gerrard an added boost in midfield and could be a great partner to Lassana Coulibaly in midfield.
What do you think Rangers fans?
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