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Rangers Make Changes - Gorkss In!

Iain Dowie has made changes to his line-up in the wake of the Falkirk defeat at the weekend, including a certain Kaspars Gorkss!

The R`s boss has made 5 changes to the Rangers side with with prospective signing Kaspars Gorkss being named on the bench, meanwhile Radek Cerny making his debut between the sticks at the expense of Lee Camp.

Following his injury at the weekend Matthew Connolly has been withdrawn, with Peter Ramage rejoining the starting line-up after recovering from a hamstring strain.

Mikele Leigertwood makes his first start of pre-season as he comes in for Martin Rowlands, with Angelo Balanta replacing Dexter Blackstock upfront.

There is no starting place for the impressive Matteo Alberti with Dowie opting to use the evergreen Gareth Ainsworth as replacement for the injured Hogan Ephraim who is out with shin splints.

Rangers: Radek Cerny, Peter Ramage, Damien Delaney, Gavin Mahon, Fitz Hall, Damion Stewart, Gareth Ainsworth, Mikele Leigertwood, Patrick Agyemang, Angelo Balanta, Emmanuel Ledesma.

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