Rangers’ upcoming Scottish Premiership tie with Ross County has been rearranged after the Ibrox side made the Betfred Cup Final.

Originally scheduled to take place on Saturday the 7th of December at Ibrox Stadium, the match will now take place on Wednesday the 29th of January.

It means Rangers and Ross County will now be forced to play the tie in the new year with a congested schedule between now and the winter break.

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At the time of writing, Rangers have another 12 games to play between now and the end of 2019.


Should everything go to plan across those matches, the club will have ended what’s been a turbulent decade on and off the pitch on a high.

The club’s financial problems in 2012 have left a bad taste for this decade and the club will have the chance to make small amends against Celtic in December.


Should Rangers be victorious against Celtic, it will be the club’s first major trophy since being thrust down to the bottom tier of Scottish football.

A symbolic victory, the fact it would be against our greatest rivals would make it all the sweeter.

Alfredo Morelos hit a double to help fire Rangers to the Betfred Cup Final. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Despite the excitement surrounding the fixtures, Rangers fans have been complaining about the price of tickets for the match.

The club’s supporters are frustrated at what they perceive to be excessive pricing on the tickets for the match at Hampden.

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