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23rd Jan, 2018 | 4:12pm

'Need to be on my A game' - Cummings makes claim about Rangers expectations

New Rangers striker Jason Cummings has claimed that he is looking forward to the expectations that come from playing for the Light Blues.
The loan signing from Nottingham Forest is set to make his debut for the Gers in the match against Aberdeen at Ibrox on Wednesday night.
And he thinks he has the character to fit in at Ibrox.
“At Rangers every week I will need to be on my A game. As a player I like pressure so I think my character fits Rangers perfectly” he said, as quoted by Rangers’ official Twitter account.

Cummings has a good record against his new club, having scored eight against the Light Blues whilst he was at Hibs.
The player only scored four goals for Nottingham Forest in 17 games during his spell down south and will be looking to kickstart his career back in Scotland.
The Gers go into the game three points behind Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership table, but as they have a better goal difference they would leapfrog the Dons into second place with a win.
The Gers have won both matches between the clubs this season, with a 3-0 triumph at Ibrox and a 2-1 win at Pittodrie under their belts they will be confident of making it three in a row.
To add to the intrigue of the game, it is the first meeting between the teams since Dons manager Derek McInnes turned down the opportunity to become the new manager at Ibrox.
In other Rangers news, Graeme Murty is unsure if David Bates will stay at the club
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