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Bad weather forces Rangers-Ross County postponement

Rangers’ scheduled Scottish Premiership match at home to Ross County on Wednesday has been postponed due to adverse weather conditions.

The Glasgow giants explained Ross County were unable to make the trip due to circumstances on the roads leading to Ibrox.

“Rangers can confirm this evening’s Scottish Premiership fixture with Ross County has been postponed,” said a club statement issued several hours ahead of the 1945 GMT kick-off. 

“Despite the Ibrox playing surface being in good condition and ready to host the match, adverse weather conditions on the A9 means our visitors have been unable to reach Glasgow.

“A new date for the fixture will be confirmed in due course.”

Rangers beat Motherwell 2-0 at Fir Park on Christmas Eve and are currently five points behind leaders Celtic with two games in hand over the champions.

Wednesday’s postponement means Rangers will still be in second place even if they beat arch Glasgow rivals Celtic in Saturday’s Old Firm derby at Parkhead, with Philippe Clement’s visitors looking to extend their winning run in all competitions to eight games.

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