WITH several Rangers players plying their trade away from Ibrox this season, we take a look at how they fared over the weekend.

Scottish Premiership

Michael O’Halloran (St Johnstone)

Unusual circumstances unfolded at McDiarmid Park on Saturday as O’Halloran, along with teammates Richard Foster, Chris Millar and Denny Johnstone, turned up late for the game, forcing manager Tommy Wright to change his team.

The quartet were delayed in getting to the ground due to a road traffic accident. The Rangers winger was still named among the substitutes regardless, but failed to make an appearance.

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Azerbaijan Premier League

Andy Halliday (Qabala)

As usual, Halliday was an unused substitute as Qabala beat Keshla 3-0 at home to stay three points behind pace-setters Qarabag.

FA Cup

Harry Forrester (AFC Wimbledon)

Forrester started for Wimbledon and helped them to a 3-1 win over Charlton in the second round of the FA Cup. He was replaced on the 75th minute with his side leading 2-1 at the time.

Joe Dodoo (Charlton)

Dodoo came up against former Ibrox teammate Forrester when the two sides met on Saturday, but failed to make an appearance from the bench.

Scottish League Two

Robby McCrorie (Berwick Rangers)

The young goalkeeper bounced back in style from a chastening result last weekend, picking up the man of the match award as the Wee Gers beat Stirling Albion 1-0 to remain seventh in the table.