Surely 3 in 3 would make Gerrard sit up and take notice of £225k-rated forward
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Rangers loanee Ryan Hardie could inflict pain on Celtic tomorrow

Ryan Hardie is back in form.
The Rangers loanee went through a barren spell at the beginning of 2019, but he’s finally amongst the goals again.

The forward struggled to make his presence felt after the winter break. (photo by David Young/Action Plus via Getty Images)

An eight-game drought came to an end at the weekend, against Hibernian.
He scored a late penalty at Easter Road, before stealing the show at the Tony Macaroni on Wednesday evening.
The 22-year-old scored the opener and was named Man of the Match, as Livi ran out comfortable winners over Hamilton.
It was an important strike, too. That’s because the resulting three points confirmed the Lions’ SPL survival.


Now, he’ll be looking to continue his hot streak against his parent club’s arch-rivals.
Gary Holt’s side travels to Parkhead on Saturday afternoon, looking to cause an upset.
For Hardie, if he can rise to the occasion and score for a third consecutive game, surely Steven Gerrard will have to take notice.

He’s bidding to force his way back into Gerrard’s plans for next season. (photo by David Young/Action Plus via Getty Images)

The £225k-rated [Transfermarkt] forward signed a one-year Rangers contract extension in January.

However, it far from guarantees him a shot in the first team next season.
Only strong displays now and in pre-season will improve the likelihood of Ibrox opportunities.
Having won his place back with Livi, he’s likely to lead the line tomorrow.
I’m sure plenty of Bears will be hoping he can help cause an upset, especially off the back of last weekend’s disappointing Old Firm.

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