FOLLOWING five successive defeats, Rangers’ under-20s will look to return to winning ways at Falkirk this evening.

The two sides met just 10 days ago, with the Bairns running out winners by 2-1, with David Brownlie grabbing the Light Blues’ goal on the evening.

Since then, they were defeated 1-0 by Motherwell last Friday, with coach Ian Durrant promising changes to his starting XI in the wake of yet another disappointing performance and result.

Speaking after that defeat, Durrant told RangersTV.tv: “It’s the same old story again. In the first half we created four or five chances and should have been well up in the game. It’s happening too often, so there will be changes made for the Falkirk game as we have had enough.

“The boys who are on the sidelines deserve a chance due to the mistakes that are being made, and they are costing us games.”

The Gers currently sit eighth in the 17-team Development League, level on 24 points with Falkirk, albeit having played four games less than this evening’s opponents.

Kick-off at the Falkirk Stadium is at 6pm. Follow it live on @RFC_Youth and catch highlights and reaction on the official club YouTube later tonight.

 

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