Falkirk winger Calumn Morrison has warned Rangers they won’t be in for an easy game when they visit the Falkirk Stadium in the League Cup on Sunday night.
Steven Gerrard’s side head to the League One title contenders as overwhelming favourites to progress to the last eight and Morrison admits the Gers are “probably” expecting an easy game.
Rangers will likely field a much-changed side against Falkirk – Gerrard confirming Nathan Patterson would have started if he wasn’t isolating – and Morrison is focused on doing his job against the Light Blues and causing a cup shock.
Morrison insists that won’t be the case after a flying start to the season for the Bairns, who could go top of League One with a win tonight over Dumbarton.
“We’ve played five games and to be honest we probably couldn’t have asked for a better start,” Morrison told Not The Old Firm. “But we will take it one game at a time at the moment
“We still have plenty more games. We will take it one game at a time just now, it’s too early in the season to be getting carried away. We’ll hope to win on Tuesday and if we go top, we go top.
“But we look at that afterwards. We focus on the game and do the basics right, I’m sure we can get the result if we do that. I think we play Tuesday then look to Rangers.
“That’s on Sunday, so we have plenty of time to prepare after Tuesday. Once that’s out the way we’ll focus on Rangers. We won’t give Rangers an easy game but they will probably think it will be an easy game.
“But it won’t be. We’ll work hard and do what we have got to do.”