Rangers academy prospect Andrew Dallas continues to impress for the development side and could yet stake a claim for a starting berth against Aberdeen.
It was another impressive victory for the young Rangers. Dallas looks sharp and is finding the net regularly for the young side. Dallas scored a hattrick just 10 days ago in a 5-0 rout against Hamburg’s youth side.
He certainly looks like he’s on the verge of breaking through, but is he ready for the Aberdeen match?
Big game to make a big impression
Andrew Dallas has already made a huge impression on the youth side, but this game could be his chance to do so for the first team.
One thing he will offer you is goals and a match sharpness other options don’t have.
With Alfredo Morelos suspended and Kyle Lafferty cup-tied, it’s pretty up in the air who will start this huge match. Eros Grezda is an option – he played up front for Albania this week. Glenn Middleton, who’s a superb finisher, could play up there. Umar Sadiq could yet overcome the issues he’s been having convincing Gerrard to yet make the squad.
But Gerrard may want someone who’s fit, a natural goalscorer and who is desperate for a chance.
Andy Dallas ticks all those boxes.
Could he come into the fold for the Aberdeen match? With the form he’s on, he’ll certainly be in the discussion.