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Rangers vs Greenock Morton betting tips: Scottish League Cup preview, predictions and odds

Rangers vs Greenock Morton odds and betting statistics



Rangers vs Greenock Morton match preview

Rangers’ primary focus right now is on Champions League qualifiers, but they will not want to be on the wrong end of a huge upset here.

On Tuesday night, the Light Blues ousted Servette in their third qualifying round tie.

Having won 2-1 at home, James Tavernier’s second half equaliser at Stade de Genève was enough to secure a 3-2 aggregate victory.

Michael Beale’s team will now take on PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League play-offs, with the first leg in Glasgow to come on Tuesday, before the returning meeting at Philips Stadion eight days later.

12 months ago, the Gers did defeat PSV at the same stage of the same competition, but the Eredivisie club might just have the edge this time.

Domestically, possibly distracted by their European commitments, the Light Blues have made a mixed start to the campaign.

Here, even if Beale does make wholesale changes with Tuesday in mind, the record 27-times League Cup winners are likely to march into the quarter-finals.

Greenock Morton meantime snuck through to this glamour tie as one of the best-ranked runners-up in the group stages.

The Ton recorded wins over Stranraer, Kelty Hearts and Edinburgh City so, despite defeat to Ross County, advanced by virtue of goal difference.

In Championship terms, Dougie Imrie’s team began the campaign with a 3-1 victory over Ayr at Cappielow, before losing 3-2 to Raith last weekend.

So, anything other than a Rangers victory, that’s both routine and emphatic, would be a surprise at Ibrox.

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Arsenal fan – follow them over land and sea (and Leicester); sofa Celtic supporter; a bit of a football '"encyclopedia".

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