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.

Apps: 24

Clean sheets: 6

 

Jamie Barjonas – Partick Thistle

Jamie was cup-tied for Thistle as they were beaten in the semi-final of the Tunnocks’ Caramel Wafer Cup by Raith Rovers. Thistle host Dunfermline this weekend.

Apps: 3

Goals: 0

 

Greg Docherty – Hibernian

Greg’s third Hibs appearance brought about his second Hibs goal – a stunning drive from the edge of the box to open the scoring in a match they went on to win 2-1 away to Kilmarnock. Hibs play host to Livingston in the Scottish Premiership this Saturday.

Apps: 3

Goals: 2

 

Jason Holt – St Johnstone

Jason came off the bench for Saints on 72 minutes but couldn’t prevent them being held to a 1-1 draw away to Ross County, with Billy McKay leveling in the final minutes. Jason won’t be involved this weekend with Rangers visiting McDiarmid Park.

Apps: 16

Goals: 0

 

Lewis Mayo – Partick Thistle

Similarly to Jamie, Lewis was cup-tied for Thistle against Raith.

Apps: 0

Goals: 0

 

Robby McCrorie – Livingston

Robby missed out at the weekend as he is unable to play against his parent club. Livi are at Hibs this Saturday.

Apps: 3

Clean sheets: 2

 

Ross McCrorie – Portsmouth

Ross returned from his injury lay-off in the 58th minute of Portsmouth’s 2-0 win over Shrewsbury on Saturday. Pompey are up to sixth in League One, and are now only four points off an automatic promotion slot. They host Exeter in the semi-final of the EFL Trophy tonight – with a final place at Wembley at stake.

Apps: 16

Goals: 0

 

Glenn Middleton – Bradford City

Glenn played 70 minutes on his Bradford debut – but they conceded twice in the final minutes to lose 2-1 away to Cambridge United. City are just a point outside the League Two play-off spots under new manager Stuart McCall and travel to Newport County on Saturday.

Apps: 1

Goals: 0

 

Jamie Murphy – Burton Albion

Jamie netted his fourth Burton goal in six appearances – albeit Burton went down 4-1 away to Ipswich in League One on Saturday. Albion are 12th in League One and now sit 10 points off the play-offs. Burton are at Southend this weekend.

Apps: 6

Goals: 4

 

ACADEMY

 

Stephen Kelly – Ayr United 

Stephen had a free weekend with Ayr’s game with Morton postponed due to the weather. Ayr are at Arbroath this weekend.

Apps: 28

Goals: 6

 

Nicky Hogarth – Stirling Albion

Nicky was in action again for Stirling as they earned an excellent 4-1 win away to Cowdenbeath in Scottish League Two. Albion are three points outside the play-offs and host Stenhousmuir this weekend.

Apps: 5

Clean sheets: 1

 

Aidan Wilson – Edinburgh City

Aidan was an unused sub as City were beaten 2-1 at Cove to fall six points behind the league leaders in League Two. They face Brechin City at home this weekend.

Apps: 11

Goals: 1

 

Kieran Wright – Alloa Athletic

Kieran did well to keep a clean sheet for Alloa in a 0-0 draw with table-topping Dundee United on Friday night. They are ninth in the Championship, three points clear of the automatic relegation slot and travel to Morton this weekend.

Apps: 2

Clean sheets: 1

 

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