'Bang on' - Rangers fans rave about Murty decision before clash v Falkirk
Rangers manager Graeme Murty has decided to make three changes to his side to face Falkirk in the Scottish Cup quarter-final – and Gers fans are delighted to see Jason Cummings return to the starting XI.
Cummings, Jack Alnwick and Bruno Alves have come into the side from the injured Jamie Murphy, Wes Foderingham and Russell Martin, as confirmed by the Gers’ official Twitter account.
????TEAM NEWS: Graeme Murty makes three changes to today's team with Jak Alnwick, Jason Cummings and Bruno Alves making the starting XI. pic.twitter.com/kzCaeeHzT6
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) March 4, 2018
The Light Blues will be hoping to make it six wins from six with a victory over the Championship side and book their place in the Hampden semi-finals.
Rangers fans are ecstatic to see Alfredo Morelos and Cummings paired in attack again and will be hoping the pair can hit the net against Paul Hartley’s side.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
Bang on ????
— RangersMedia (@RangersMedia) March 4, 2018
— Rab (@RabTheLaddie) March 4, 2018
Cumming, morelos and windass ????????????????
— Laura ???????? (@LauraTorrancex) March 4, 2018
Happy with that line up ???? watp
— George Fitzpatrick (@gfitzpatrick124) March 4, 2018
Yass love it. Alnwick deserves a chance. BUT CUMMINGS AND MORELOS!!!! ????
— Sam Sneddon (@samjsneddon) March 4, 2018
— dean (@deanjames97) March 4, 2018
— alex???? (@jonesie_72) March 4, 2018
Cummings has made nine appearances for the Gers since his January move from Nottingham Forest with two goals to his name so far.
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The former Hibs star has an agreement in place to turn his loan move into a permanent switch in the summer and Gers fans have been looking forward to getting to see him regularly paired with prolific Colombian Morelos.
Morelos has scored four in his last four appearances and his hit 17 in 33 games since arriving in a £1million switch from HJK Helsinki.
The powerful striker attracted a number of bids from China after his prolific start to life at Ibrox and has emerged as a contender for a place in the Colombian squad for this summer’s World Cup in Russia.