PREVIEW: WEEKEND SCOTTISH ACTION
RECAPS
EXTRA TIME
ANDREW VORCE - Friday, December 16, 2011
Dominic Cervi and Greenock Morton will be looking to get a big win in the Scottish First Division while Carlos Bocanegra and Maurice Edu welcome Inverness CT to Ibrox Stadium.

Rangers - Inverness CT

Alejandro Bedoya will be looking to make the roster with compatriots Carlos Bocanegra and Maurice Edu ahead of their home game against Inverness.

Sone Aluko is out due to suspension while Steven Naismith and Jamie Ness are out through injury. Kyle Lafferty is struggling to overcome a slight back injury while Dorin Goian has been sick and has not trained.

Inverness will still be reeling over the news that defender Chris Hogg will miss the entire season through a knee injury. David Davis is out through suspension following his red card against Dundee United. Inverness have a host of other injury concerns as Aidan Chippendale, Aaron Doran, Josh Meekings, Thomas Piermayr, David Proctor and Owain Tudur are all out injured.

Hamilton - Greenock Morton

Dominic Cervi and company will be looking to get back to winning ways as they travel to Hamilton.

Morton have fallen drastically as of late having been in contention with the top teams in the Scottish First Division. A run of poor results have seen them slide down to seventh, a situation which a win would help greatly. Morton will look to throw Fouad Bachirou and Michael Tidser straight into the starting line up. Darren McGeough was carrying a slight knock but Stuart McCaffrey and Ross Forsyth are out through injury.

Allan Moore will be looking forward to this six versus seven battle in the Scottish First Division, especially at the news that first choice Hamilton keeper Thomas Cerny. Billy Reid will be forced to pick between back up David Hutton or trialist Scott Christie to take the reigns at the back. Captain Alex Neil is back in training but unfit to play while Grant Anderson and Kyle Wilkie remain out through injury.
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