Rangers have issued a supporter update ahead of Wednesday night’s cinch Premiership fixture against Hibernian at Easter Road [Rangers.co.uk].
The Gers are travelling to the capital seeking revenge following a disappointing 3-1 defeat to the Edinburgh club in a Premier Sports Cup semi-final last month.
Confidence should be high given that Gio van Bronckhorst has won his first two matches in charge, but although Hibs have a number of players unavailable, they did beat St Johnstone last time out to end a losing streak in the league.
A sizeable Rangers away support is expected at Easter Road and the club have issued information to those set to be in attendance.
Due to ‘significant roadworks’ which will impact travel time, Bears are encouraged to set off early with the aim of arriving early at the stadium. All away fans will be in the South Stand.
Covid vaccine passport checks will be in place. Both paper and electronic proof will be accepted ‘but if using the COVID Status App, Hibs have requested that supporters display the international travel information for quicker access.’
Bags of any description will be searched prior to entry while no bags or rucksacks larger than 30cm x 30cm will be permitted.
Flags will also be checked prior to entry and no surfing banners are permitted.
Rangers have an outstanding record at Easter Road in recent times, winning 12 matches and drawing seven since their last top-flight defeat at the ground which came under Paul Le Guen way back in 2006.
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