ANDREW VORCE - Friday, February 17, 2012
Maurice Edu and company enter a vital game for all Rangers faithful as Kilmarnock comes to Ibrox Stadium.

Earlier in the week Rangers FC was forced to enter administration over unpaid taxes which resulted in a ten-point deduction, effectively handing the the Scottish Premier League title race to arch-rivals Celtic.

Carlos Bocanegra came out to support the team and the fans, and ensure that the players would give them something to be happy about after a bad week in the club.

Rangers cruised to a 4-1 win over Dunfermline in their last outing, but Alejandro Bedoya did not make the bench against the SPL's basement dwellers.

Kilmarnock have only won twice in their last six tries but have managed to draw in back to back games. Killie drew 1-1 against Hearts in their last outing, with both teams being reduced to ten men.

Striker Dieter van Tornhout was booked for two tackles on Jamie Hamill, who was also later sent off after picking up two yellow cards.

Kilmarnock are without captain Manuel Pascali for the entire season as he broke his fibula in training last week.

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