Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has confirmed that midfielder Glen Kamara is in a race to be fit for their game against Motherwell tomorrow.
The Finnish international was one of the standout performers as the Gers drew with Porto on Thursday, but he did not take part in training yesterday due to illness. Gerrard has said he is hoping that the 23-year-old will be fit for tomorrow:
“Glen Kamara has been sent home ill but we expect him to be back tomorrow so we’ll assess him then. Fingers crossed he’ll be available for the weekend.”
In terms of other injury news, Gerrard confirmed that Andy King is back on the training pitch after being sidelined with a minor muscular problem.
The only other absentee is Jordan Jones. The Northern Ireland international is slowly building up his fitness following a knee injury but he is unlikely to feature, once again, when the Light Blues face Motherwell at Ibrox.
In any case, Gerrard won’t want to tinker too much with the starting eleven following a superb performance in Portugal during the week.