RANGERS have players out on loan across Scotland, England and beyond. Here’s our recap of how those who played performed over the weekend.

Joe Dodoo – Blackpool

Joe again came off the bench for Blackpool as they were held away from home to a 0-0 draw at Charlton. ‘Pool are eighth in League One, five points off the play-offs though they have a game in hand.

Apps: 21
Goals: 6

Jak Alnwick – Scunthorpe United

Jak and Scunthorpe’s recent up-and-down form continued on Saturday with a 1-0 defeat away to struggling Gillingham. Despite the loss, Stuart McCall’s side are still seven points above the drop zone.

Apps: 30
Clean sheets: 5

Jason Holt – Fleetwood Town

Jason played 58 minutes of Fleetwood’s 2-1 home defeat to league-leaders Luton Town on Saturday. Fleetwood are 10th in League One, eight points off the play-off slots.

Apps: 31
Goals: 1

Jordan Rossiter – Bury

Jordan played 82 minutes of Bury’s 1-0 win away to Exeter City. That result keeps Bury inside the automatic promotion slots in League Two, and just two points behind league-leaders Lincoln City.

Apps: 3
Goals: 0

Ryan Hardie – Livingston

Ryan played 74 minutes as 10-man Livingston were beaten 2-1 at home by Dundee. Despite taking the lead, the Dees fought back meaning Livi remain in ninth place, but are a mammoth 14 points clear of Dundee in 10th.

Apps: 12
Goals: 5

Robby McCrorie – Greenock Morton

Robby managed to keep another clean sheet in Morton’s 0-0 home draw with high-flying Ayr United on Saturday. Morton are sixth in the Championship, just three points off the play-off slots.

Apps: 3
Clean sheets: 2

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Andy Dallas – Morton

Andy is still searching for his first goal at Morton after the ‘Ton were held 0-0 by Ayr United at Cappielow.

Apps: 3
Goals: 0

Jamie Barjonas – Raith Rovers

Jamie played the full 90 minutes as Raith went down 1-0 at home to Arbroath at Starks Park. Rovers remain second in League One – albeit they are now a mammoth 16 points behind league leaders Arbroath.

Apps: 3
Goals: 1

Kyle Bradley – Annan Athletic

Kyle came off the bench in the 84th minute at Cowdenbeath with the scores tied at 2-2 to help his side to a 4-2 victory

Apps: 17
Goals: 1

Scott Gray – East Stirlingshire

Scott came off the bench in East Stirlingshire’s 2-0 win over Dalbeattie Star on Saturday. Shire are sixth in the Lowland League.

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