Rangers injury update as Rangers star a doubt for Ross County clash

Rangers injury update as Rangers star a doubt for Ross County clash

Rangers injury update as Rangers star a doubt for Ross County clash

Ryan Jack will miss the Rangers’ next game against Ross County because of an injury, and Leon Balogun is presently wearing a

protective mask during practice, according to Rangers manager Philippe Clement.

After taking a knock during the 2-0 victory against Ayr United,

the manager at Ibrox has now announced that the Scotland

international will be out of action.

Rangers injury update as Rangers star a doubt for Ross County clash
Rangers injury update as Rangers star a doubt for Ross County clash

Meanwhile, Balogun was hurt in the face by Livingston, which Clement had earlier described as “not good”.

And now it looks likely that both men will muss the Scottish Premiership fixture on Wednesday evening.

“Ryan Jack will not be in the squad as he is still in his recovery programme as we rebuild him from injury,” the Belgian said.

“Leon Balogun trained with a mask, we still need to make adjustments to the mask – I have experience with this that is normal.”

Clement’s team will play the Dingwall club, who are now led by Don Cowie in an acting capacity following Derek Adams’ resignation

last week, for the opportunity to take the lead in the league.

The hosts will overtake rivals Celtic if they win by three goals or more.

The 49-year-old, nevertheless, is adamant that his club is approaching each game as it comes.

“I’ve been long enough in this game, the mindset is always important and need that from our players,” he said.

“To have ambition, unity, and hunger. My team’s focus and understanding

that the upcoming game is crucial make me very delighted.

“We anticipate a very tough game because coaches are extremely motivated when given the chance, and players always have pride.

Both with and without the ball, we will need to be really skilled.”

“I believe it’s the only way to be prepared for all the issues we face, so I have the confidence to make the adjustments.

“There will be a game almost every three days and we need everyone to be ready,

a player with only five minutes can be the difference in winning a trophy.”

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