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 was out of action at the weekend with Partick Thistle’s home game with Dunfermline postponed. They have no match this weekend due to the Scottish Cup, meaning their next fixture is on Tuesday, March 3 at home to Queen of the South.
Greg Docherty – Hibernian
Greg played 90 minutes as his Hibernian side were held to a 1-1 draw by Robby McCrorie’s Livingston on Saturday, and he claimed an assist for Vykintas Slivka’s opening goal. Hibs remain sixth in the table and host Inverness on Friday night in the Scottish Cup.
Jason Holt – St Johnstone
Jason saw no action at the weekend as he is unable to face his parent club. Saints host Celtic this weekend in the Scottish Cup.
Lewis Mayo – Partick Thistle
Similarly to Jamie, Lewis was also out of action at the weekend due to the weather.
Robby McCrorie – Livingston
Robby produced a wonderful performance for Livingston on Saturday, saving a penalty and pulling-off a number of top saves as they held Hibernian 1-1 at Easter Road. Livi’s next game is at home to Celtic on Wednesday, March 3.
Clean sheets: 2
Ross McCrorie – Portsmouth
Ross continued his return from injury by coming off the bench on 57 minutes as Portsmouth were beaten 1-0 at Fleetwood on Saturday. Pompey host MK Dons in League One tomorrow and know victory will move them into the play-off slots.
Glenn Middleton – Bradford City
Glenn played 77 minutes on Saturday as Bradford were defeated 2-1 away at Newport County. They sit four points outside the play-offs now, and play host to automatic promotion-chasers Plymouth on Saturday.
Jamie Murphy – Burton Albion
Jamie netted his fifth Burton goal in seven appearances as Nigel Clough’s side won 3-2 away to Southend United on Saturday. Burton are eight points off the play-offs and host Peterborough this Saturday.
Stephen Kelly – Ayr United
Ayr saw their match away to Arbroath abandoned at half-time on Saturday with the scores level at 1-1. Ayr are at Alloa on Saturday in the Championship, and although they are down to fourth in the table, they have games in hand on third-placed Dundee and second-placed Inverness.
Nicky Hogarth – Stirling Albion
Nicky was also out of action, with Stirling’s home match with Stenhousemuir postponed. They face League Two leaders Cove Rangers at home tomorrow night.
Clean sheets: 1
Aidan Wilson – Edinburgh City
Aidan was an unused sub as City were held to a 0-0 draw at home to Brechin City at the weekend. They are now nine points behind League Two leaders Cove Rangers with nine games remaining and travel to Cowdenbeath this weekend.
Kieran Wright – Alloa Athletic
Kieran was involved in a dramatic match with his Alloa side drawing 4-4 away to Morton Trailing 4-2 at half-time, Alloa netted twice in the last five minutes to move themselves out of the relegation places in the Championship. They host Stephen Kelly’s Ayr this weekend.
Clean sheets: 1