The final game of the season with Kilmarnock might not mean an awful lot in the long run, but it is the chance for q special send-off for one player in particular.
Unfortunately, Kilmarnock have reduced Rangers ticket allocation for the match. The motivation behind it is their own 150th anniversary celebrations. Fair enough. It’s not a hugely significant match for Rangers.
But for Alfredo Morelos, it could be. And not just because it could be his last chance to score in a Rangers shirt.
The Colombian forward has been agonisingly sitting on 29 goals since the last time Rangers played Kilmarnock in March.
Should he finish on 29, you can’t help but feel it’s a bit of an opportunity lost. He more or less has 30 goals, but more or less isn’t enough.
Jermain Defoe has been on solid form for Rangers, but he is more likely to be here next season. Whilst there’s still a chance he could go back to Bournemouth, it’d be a surprise if he didn’t come back to Glasgow.
And whilst he’s had a great season, reaching 30 goals would make it an even more special one.
There’s probably no greater opponent for Morelos to play either. He’s scored nine goals against Killie this season.
Rangers must give Morelos the chance of an extra-special send-off in Ayrshire this weekend.