Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is a doubt for Sunday’s Scottish Premiership clash against Motherwell.

The Gers host Stephen Robinson’s men in a 3pm kick-off, just days after an energy-sapping trip to Porto in the Europa League.

Motherwell are currently third in the Scottish Premiership. (Photo by David Young/Action Plus via Getty Images)

In a press conference followed by the Official Rangers Twitter on Friday, there was good news as Steven Gerrard reported no major casualties following that European fixture.

Furthermore, he asserted that Andy King is back in full training following a minor injury.

Yet, he did reveal that Glen Kamara had been ‘sent home’ from training due to an illness. While the Gers boss says he remains hopeful that the Finn will be available for selection, given that the game is just shy of 48 hours away, it seems somewhat unlikely.

 

Kamara played the full 90 minutes in Portugal, alongside Ryan Jack and Steven Davis in midfield.

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The Finland international has made 16 appearances for the Gers so far this season, scoring once [Soccerbase], in the League Cup quarter-final away to Livingston.

Kamara in Europa League action away against Young Boys. (Photo by STEFAN WERMUTH/AFP via Getty Images)

While he’s been a regular, his club performances haven’t quite lived up to the standards he set last season after signing from Dundee in January.

The manager went on to state that there wouldn’t be ‘wholesale changes’ for the Motherwell game, as he wants to keep the momentum going after a strong European showing.

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