Rangers confirmed line-up v Hamilton: 25-year-old omitted
By Dominic Toner
Rangers have made no changes to their starting XI for the game against Hamilton in the Scottish Cup quarter-final.
The Gers host Hamilton at Ibrox and will be looking to book their place in the semi-finals.
Caretaker manager Graeme Murty has decided to make no alterations to his side from the team that beat St Johnstone 3-2 on Wednesday night in the Scottish Premiership.
Emerson Hyndman scored a stoppage time winner in that league clash and they managed to earn the three points despite being down to 10 men.
Murty’s decision to name the same team means 25-year-old midfielder Andy Halliday remains on the bench, despite being a regular starter for much of the season.
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Rangers have announced their starting line-up on their official Twitter account.
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Rangers will be desperate to win on Saturday afternoon as it remains their only chance of winning a trophy this season.
The Light Blues will be confident of securing a victory and won the previous meeting with Hamilton 2-1 back in December.
They have endured some difficult results following the dismissal of Mark Warburton as boss and now face an uphill battle to finish second in the league table.
The Gers must claw back a six-point gap to second-placed Aberdeen, but their focus will be on cup success at the weekend.
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