RANGERS have a number of players out on-loan at present. Here’s how they performed at the weekend…
Jak Alnwick – Blackpool
Jak will continue to miss the next few weeks for Blackpool after being forced off in their Boxing Day match with Accrington Stanley with an arm injury.
Clean sheets: 6
Jamie Barjonas – Partick Thistle
Jamie came off the bench again, this time on 58 minutes, as Thistle were held 1-1 at home by Stephen Kelly’s Ayr United. The Jags are now two points adrift of Alloa at the bottom of the Championship table and host Dundee this weekend.
Greg Docherty – Hibernian
After moving to Hibs on Friday, Greg made his debut after 52 minutes of their 2-2 draw with St Mirren at Easter Road on Saturday. Hibs are sixth in the table and while Greg will miss their trip to Ibrox on Wednesday, he could be involved in their Scottish Cup tie at BSC Glasgow on Sunday.
Jason Holt – St Johnstone
Jason was an unused sub as Saints were held to a 3-3 draw by Hearts at McDiarmid Park on Saturday. They are eighth in the table and are at Aberdeen in the Premiership on Wednesday before traveling to Ayr United in the cup on Saturday.
Lewis Mayo – Partick Thistle
Lewis completed his loan switch to Thistle on Friday and will join up with his new teammates once he overcomes a slight strain.
Robby McCrorie – Livingston
Robby kept a second clean sheet in two appearances for Livi as they defeated Motherwell 1-0 in the Premiership. They are at Ross County in the league on Wednesday before heading back up the A9 on Saturday for a Scottish Cup clash at Inverness.
Clean sheets: 2
Ross McCrorie – Portsmouth
Ross missed-out for Portsmouth as he continues his recovery from injury.
Glenn Middleton – Bradford City
Glenn’s loan move to Bradford City was confirmed on Saturday. They sit eighth in League Two and host Grimsby Town on Saturday.
Jamie Murphy – Burton Albion
Jamie made it two goals in two games by netting in Burton’s 3-2 defeat at promotion-hopefuls Rotherham on Saturday, following his strike in their midweek 2-2 draw at Wimbledon. Burton are down to 11th in League One with that defeat and host Gillingham on Saturday.
Stephen Kelly – Ayr United
Stephen played 90 minutes in the aforementioned 1-1 draw between Partick and Ayr. Ayr host St Johnstone in the Cup on Saturday.
Nicky Hogarth – Stirling Albion
Nicky kept a clean sheet as Stirling earned a superb 1-0 win away to promotion-chasing Edinburgh City on Saturday. Albion are now just two points outside the play-off places with a game in hand and host Queens’ Park on Saturday.
Clean sheets: 1
Aidan Wilson – Edinburgh City
Aidan was on the other end of Edinburgh City’s defeat to Stirling. City are now six points behind league-leaders Cove and host Annan this weekend.
Kieran Wright – Alloa Athletic
Kieran made his Alloa debut on Saturday as they held Inverness to a 1-1 draw in the Highlands. Alloa sit in the relegation play-off spot at present and have a free weekend this week due to the Scottish Cup.
Clean sheets: 0