Rangers fans react on Twitter to Waghorn selection v Hamilton
By Harvey Byrne
Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn was brought back into the starting eleven to face Hamilton on Friday evening and Gers fans on Twitter are expecting goals.
The 26-year-old was brought into the team by manager Mark Warburton with veteran striker Kenny Miller dropping out following the 2-0 victory over Hearts.
The English forward was the only change from the recent victory going into the clash at the SuperSeal Stadium.
With Waghorn the club’s top scorer, many on social media were hoping that the forward could bring some goals into the clash.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
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Good team out there. Big chance for Waghorn. Hope he takes it
— Chris ✡ (@BCSJ7RFC) December 16, 2016
Very happy wae that team, I like Tav in midfield and Waghorn will score goals https://t.co/hwodrKdj2t
— MK (@_mk1872) December 16, 2016
Waghorn starts. Interesting.
Got into good positions on Saturday but desperately needs confidence boosting goal.
— RoadRunner (@roadrunner_83) December 16, 2016
Waghorn and garner to rip Hamilton a new one tonight I think.
— Phil (@Christie77Phil) December 16, 2016
Waghorn desperately needs a goal tonight
— Yacky (@hesaidnoto) December 16, 2016
Buzzing for waghorn. Played decent last two run outs. Needs to be less selfish but.
— Lew (@lewmcca) December 16, 2016
Good to see Waghorn starting #Rangers
— David Aitken (@1983Peewee) December 16, 2016
Waghorn has played in 16 encounters for the famous Ibrox team this season with a return of eight goals.
He is without a goal in his last nine appearances for the side and he will be keen to put an end to the drought on Friday.
The Gers currently have the worst goals for tally out of the top four teams in the Premiership with 23 goals from 17 matches.
They will also be looking to put an end to a total as they look to win the battle against Aberdeen and Hearts for second place.
In other Rangers news, here is the confirmed line-up to face Hamilton.