Rangers Football Club
RANGERS continued preparations for the SPFL Championship match against Cowdenbeath at Central Park at training this morning.
KENNY MCDOWALL will have several of the players who missed out on last week's trip back in contention for Saturday's trip to Central Park to face Cowdenbeath.
RANGERS under-20's were in action against Inverness Caley Thistle at Murray Park in the SPFL Development League.
CAMMY BELL came through his first match in five months with flying colours as he helped Rangers’ under-20 side to a 1-0 win thanks to a penalty save.
CAMMY BELL made his return from injury as Rangers Under-20s beat Inverness Caley Thistle 1-0 at Murray Park thanks to a ninth minute goal from Calum Gallagher.
WITH Alex McLeish returning to Pittodrie for the first time in his new capacity as Rangers manager, this match against Aberdeen was always going to be one where tempers would run higher than usual in this fixture.
LIVINGSTON got a shock draw on their last visit to Ibrox in a result that sparked Rangers' downward slide this season - but this time they were swept aside as the Light Blues maintained their current revival under Alex McLeish.
JORG ALBERTZ gave the Rangers supporters something to cheer about off the park as the former cult hero jetted into Scotland to take in the game against St Johnstone but he was upstaged by the return of another fans' favourite who delivered the goods on the field.
KENNY MCDOWALL has had to shuffle his team selection for recent games due to mounting injury concerns and suspensions - something he hopes he is over the worst of with a busy March schedule ahead.
RANGERS will travel to Central Park this weekend to take on Jimmy Nicholl's Cowdenbeath and Kenny McDowall is expecting a tough match as Cowden look to bounce back from a heavy defeat.