Rangers boss McCoist hoping for injury list easing

ALLY McCOIST is set to shuffle his Rangers pack against Stenhousemuir this weekend.

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Ally McCoist urges on his players against Forfar on Tuesday night
Ally McCoist urges on his players against Forfar on Tuesday night

The Ibrox boss was without Cammy Bell, Lee Wallace, Lewis Macleod, David Templeton and Andy Little for Tuesday's SPFL League One win over Forfar as Arnold Peralta was added to the crock list with a hamstring knock.

Bell and Little could return to the squad for the trip to Ochilview on Saturday, with a host of Gordon Durie's Under-20 stars also pushing for a first-team start after they missed out against the Loons.

"I would hope we'll bring some people back again," McCoist said. "We don't seem to get an injury where someone returns after one game out.

"I'd be really hopeful a couple of the boys can get themselves fit and turn up for their work against Stenny, who will make it really tough for us.

"The ideal situation is we've a healthy squad to pick from and nothing annoys me more than a busy treatment room. We want to avoid that at all costs."


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