'Good to see McLaughlin back and Jones get a run' Rangers fans react to team to face Ross County
Rangers fans were pleased to see Jordan Jones restored to the starting XI to play Ross County.
Steven Gerrard made four changes to the team which beat Galatasaray on Thursday night, Jones being drafted back in after a great performance at Motherwell last week, and restoring Jon McLaughlin to the team after three games in a row for Allan McGregor.
Leon Balogun and Ryan Jack have both made recent substitute appearances on their return from injury and were given a start each before the international break.
The Rangers fans were expectant after seeing the strong line-up.
@andyconnelly316: “Good to see McLaughlin back between the sticks and Jones gets a run from the start. C’mon Rangers.”
@TenementLight: “Thought Jones and Jack would start. Shocked to see McGregor out though. Great to see big Balogun back in from the start.”
@RangersBanter17: “Good to see Davis get a rest and Jones deserves a chance after last week.”
@EveryOtherSatu1: “Never saw McLaughlin coming in today aswell as Balogun but i’m not fazed by it at all, Davis also getting a rest will be good to see how these three play in the middle as Jack and Kamara never usually work but we will see, i’m going 4-0 Rangers.”
@CemetryGates89: “Pretty much as expected, other than McGregor dropping to the bench. Wonder if Itten's injury has resurfaced?”
@nathanj3001: “No Itten, Aribo or Roofe and look how strong our XI and bench is.”
@DSutherland97: “Strength in depth we have this season is brilliant imo. Add another one in the midfield if possible and we will be hard to beat.”
@WATPDUNC: “A few changes but still a very strong team can’t see there being any problem I’m going 6-0.”
@StuartWelsh4: “Do not get why we are playing both Jack and Kamara unless GK plays further forward hope do three points don’t care about the score.”
@NathDC94: “Nice to see Jordan Jones starting, hopefully has a good game to make Gerrard’s job for team selections harder. Good to see Barker back on the bench. Happy days, get the three points lads please.”
Kick off at Ibrox is 3pm.