Rangers injured list is revealed by Philippe Clement, with Scott Wright joining Raskin and Souttar on the sidelines………

Following their absence from training this morning, Nico Raskin and John Souttar, Philippe Clement has given an update on the Rangers’ injuries.

Due to injuries, the Ibrox duo was unable to participate in the Viaplay Cup semi-final. They hoped to be available to play tomorrow night against Sparta Prague. But Clement clarified that neither will play before the international break after they were absent from being tested this morning. A further source of disappointment emerged when Scott Wright, who had fought his way back into the first team lineup, pulled up and Clement disclosed that he, too, would miss some action due to a problem. Back in training is Rabbi Matondo. “For tomorrow, Scott Wright is a major doubt. Today was Rabbi Matondo’s first training session with the group, although he is not yet prepared for selection. Wright experienced a minor muscle ache during the game’s final action. Although not severe, we cannot take the chance. A question for the future.
After their goalless match the previous time, the Gers will host Sparta at Ibrox tomorrow night, and Clement has stated he hopes the supporters will create a lively atmosphere. “I’m looking forward to a European night at Ibrox,” he continued. We could sense the energy and positivity at Dundee and Hampden, which encouraged us to continue beyond the warm-up. Join the Rangers WhatsApp community today to have the most recent news delivered directly to your messages.
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