RANGERS have players on-loan in Scotland, England and beyond. Here’s our review of how they performed over the weekend…
Greg Docherty – Shrewsbury Town
Greg was on the field for the full 90 and was booked as Scunthorpe defeated Gillingham 2-0 away from home in a crucial League One match. That result coupled with their recent good form has moved them to 13th in the table – six points clear of danger with four matches left to play.
Jak Alnwick – Scunthorpe United
Jak was between the sticks as Scunthopre suffered a potentially damaging 3-0 defeat at home to Burton Albion on Saturday. They are just a point clear of safety in League One again with three games left to play.
Clean sheets: 5
Jordan Rossiter – Bury
Jordan helped Bury get their promotion hopes back on track with a full-90 minutes in their 2-0 win at home to Colchester. After three defeats on the bounce, they are back up to second, two points inside the automatic promotion places again with two games left to play.
Eduardo Herrera – Necaxa
Eduardo played 68 minutes of Necaxa’s 2-1 win away to Atlas to move them to fourth in Liga MX after 14 games played.
Zak Rudden – Falkirk
Zak played 89 minutes as Falkirk claimed a potentially crucial win at rivals Dunfermline on Saturday. Davis Keillor-Dunn netted with 13 minutes to go to leave Falkirk still in the relegation play-off slot, but are now level with ninth-placed Queen of the South.
Jamie Barjonas – Raith Rovers
Jamie grabbed his second senior goal on Saturday against Stranraer – but his Raith Rovers side threw away a two-goal lead at Starks’ Park to lose 3-2. The title race is now over in League One with Arbroath confirmed as Champions, though Raith’s place in the play-offs is now confirmed, and barring a huge swing of results, they will face Forfar in the semi-finals of those.
Kyle Bradley – Annan Athletic
Kyle played the whole game for Annan as they too shipped a two-goal lead to end up drawing 2-2 with Stirling Albion at Galabank. Their place in the play-offs is, however, ensured in League Two and they look set to face the ninth-placed team from League One in the semi-finals.
Scott Gray – East Stirlingshire
Scott had to go off injured in East Stirlingshire’s 1-1 draw with Spartans at the weekend in Shire’s final home game of the season in the Lowland League.
Serge Atakayi – Seinajoki
Serge was again in the Seinajoki starting XI as they made it two wins from two in the Finnish top flight to go second in the table at this early stage in the season.