Friday, December 24, 2010
Maurice Edu will hope to see action on Boxing Day as Rangers pay a visit to Fir Park to take on Motherwell.
Edu has been sidelined since November 10th when he injured his knee in a 0-3 loss against Hibernian at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow.
Fortunately for fans of Rangers and the US national team, the injury was not as serious as initially believed.
The California native is doubtful to start but could see some time in the Rangers midfield as a second half substitute for head coach Walter Smith.
The Light Blues still occupy first place in the Scottish Premier League despite not having played since a December 11th 1-1 draw versus Inverness.
Bad weather and frozen conditions have wreaked havoc on the SPL schedule forcing multiple cancellations of matches all throughout the country.
Motherwell find themselves in a bit of disarray after coach Craig Brown departed for Abderdeen just a couple weeks ago.
Interim coach Gordon Young will have to summon his best coaching job in hopes of producing an upset of the league leaders.
Nikica Jelavic is out for Rangers while Motherwell are not reporting any major injuries.