Rangers Injury Report Ahead Of The Game Against Kilmarnock

Rangers Injury Report Ahead Of The Game Against Kilmarnock

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has confirmed that he could be without three players for the match against Kilmarnock tomorrow afternoon, with Graham Dorrans and Jamie Murphy joining Steven Davis on the treatment table.

The Northern Irishman was unable to play against Progres Niederkorn in the Europa League qualifier on Thursday due to a tight hamstring, and it appears he is touch and go to face Killie at Rugby Park. He will face a late fitness test before the game.

Murphy is said to be suffering from a slight groin issue which has set back his return to training for a few days. Dorrans, who was tipped to leave Ibrox this summer, is out with a calf problem and will not feature tomorrow.


Rangers’ biggest signing of the summer, Filip Helander, is available but he is unlikely to feature as he builds up his fitness following a late start to pre-season. He did not make the bench for the match against Progres on Thursday despite starting the friendly against Derby last week.

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