Rangers have admitted their “disappointment” over Kilmarnock’s decision to cut their allocation in half for the final game of the season – and suggested they may look at taking fewer tickets in future.
The two sides will meet on May 19th in a match that could end up having a huge impact on Killie’s European ambitions for next season.
An Ibrox spokesperson said the Gers will “consider carefully” their next steps and whether to take a reduced allocation in future.
“We are disappointed with the decision, which will force us to consider carefully what application we will seek for future matches at Rugby Park,” a Rangers spokesperson said, as quoted by Radio Clyde.
Previous meetings between the sides have drawn double Kilmarnock’s average 6000 gate but Killie will be lucky to reach that figure – even taking reduced ticket prices into account.
The sides have already met six times this season with the Gers winning twice and losing once to Steve Clarke’s side.