Division Three

January 12, 2013

Full-time

Rangers

4 - 2

Berwick Rangers

Division Three

15:00 +00:00, January 12, 2013

Ibrox Stadium, Scotland

Referee: Steven Mclean

McCulloch absent for Gers

Team Stat Comparison

Rangers Berwick Rangers
Matches Played 36 36
Table Position 1 4
Points 83 49
Goal Difference 58 4
Goals for * 2.4 1.4
Goals against * 0.7 1.9
Last 5 W-W-L-W-W L-L-W-W-L
Last 5 home W-L-W-D-L L-W-L-W-W
Last 5 away W-W-D-W-D L-W-L-L-W
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Rangers | Berwick Rangers

Competition Stats

Rangers Berwick Rangers
Goals Andrew Little 22 Darren Lavery 17
Assists Andrew Little 0 Darren Lavery 0
Yellows Ian Black 10 Lee Currie 9
Reds Ian Black 1 Steven Notman 2
Squads: Rangers | Berwick Rangers

Rangers will be without Lee McCulloch for Saturday's Irn-Bru Third Division game against Berwick Rangers.

The skipper misses the clash at Ibrox with an ankle injury, while Kevin Kyle remains on the sidelines with a knock.

Better news for the Light Blues is the availability of defender Ross Perry, despite suffering a broken nose in last week's draw with Elgin City.

On McCulloch, McCoist said: "He went for a scan and he's got a small amount of bruising.

"I'm going to have a chat with him and will probably give him a bit of space and time, just to let the bruising go away.

"He's been doing well. We're certainly not strong in that forward department and it's punishing us at the moment.''

Berwick will have Andy McLean in the centre of their defence at Ibrox as regular defender Dougie Brydon is suspended.

The Borderers are also missing Marc Lancaster (back) and Dene Droudge (knee), however on-loan Livingston winger Ross Gray has been passed fit after a recent knock and is included.

Ian McCaldon will be between the sticks, with manager Ian Little looking to bring in a loan stopper to provide back up after Youssef Bejaoui dropped out through injury.

Little said: "We have good players at our club and I want them to show how good they are on a big stage like Ibrox. We are the last Third Division side to visit Ibrox and we want to keep doing the league proud.''