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Foul by Andrew Little on Keith Lasley, free kick awarded. Darren Randolph takes the direct free kick.
Steven Whittaker produces a cross, Tim Clancy makes a clearance.
Robert McHugh joins the action as a substitute, replacing Henrik Ojamaa. Jamie Murphy challenges Ross Perry unfairly and gives away a free kick. Allan McGregor takes the free kick.
Ross Perry challenges Shaun Hutchinson unfairly and gives away a free kick. Tim Clancy takes the direct free kick.
Kyle Bartley takes a shot. Save by Darren Randolph.
Sone Aluko fouled by Steve Jennings, the ref awards a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Carlos Bocanegra.
Corner taken left-footed by Sone Aluko from the left by-line, Close range strike by Carlos Bocanegra goes over the bar.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Jamie Murphy by Ross Perry. Darren Randolph takes the direct free kick.
Tom Hateley takes the outswinging corner, Tim Clancy challenges Ross Perry unfairly and gives away a free kick. Allan McGregor takes the direct free kick.
Foul by Shaun Hutchinson on Maurice Edu, free kick awarded. Booking for Shaun Hutchinson for unsporting behaviour. Sone Aluko takes the direct free kick, Lee McCulloch takes a shot. Save made by Darren Randolph.
Ross Perry takes a shot. Blocked by Steve Jennings.
Sone Aluko takes a shot. Tom Hateley gets a block in.
Outswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Sone Aluko, Carlos Bocanegra takes a shot. Blocked by Steve Jennings.
Effort from deep inside the area by Chris Humphrey misses to the right of the target. (Rangers) makes a substitution, with Andrew Little coming on for Jamie Ness. Alejandro Bedoya comes on in place of Rhys McCabe.
Shot on goal by Tom Hateley from inside the box goes harmlessly over the target. Jamie Ness receives a yellow card.
Sone Aluko takes the inswinging corner, Tim Clancy manages to make a clearance.
Centre by Kyle Bartley, clearance made by Tom Hateley.
The ball is swung over by Sone Aluko, clearance made by Tim Clancy.
Foul by Nicky Law on Jamie Ness, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Carlos Bocanegra.
Lee Wallace takes a shot. Save made by Darren Randolph.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Jamie Murphy. Free kick taken by Ross Perry.
Foul by Lee Wallace on Tom Hateley, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Darren Randolph.
Lee Wallace delivers the ball, blocked by Tom Hateley.
A cross is delivered by Lee Wallace, blocked by Tom Hateley.
A cross is delivered by Steven Whittaker, Header by Lee McCulloch from deep inside the penalty area misses to the left of the target.
Keith Lasley takes a shot. Save by Allan McGregor.
A cross is delivered by Jamie Murphy, clearance made by Kyle Bartley.
Steven Whittaker takes a shot. Save by Darren Randolph.
The ball is crossed by Chris Humphrey, save made by Allan McGregor.
Corner taken by Tom Hateley from the right by-line to the near post, Lee McCulloch makes a clearance.
Stevie Hammell takes a inswinging corner to the near post, Lee Wallace manages to make a clearance.
Lee McCulloch takes a shot. Blocked by Tim Clancy.
Steven Whittaker concedes a free kick for a foul on Steve Jennings. Darren Randolph takes the free kick.
Rhys McCabe crosses the ball, clearance made by Tim Clancy.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Henrik Ojamaa. Kyle Bartley restarts play with the free kick.
Kyle Bartley sends in a cross, Shaun Hutchinson makes a clearance.
Ross Perry on for Dorin Goian.
The referee blows for offside. Allan McGregor takes the free kick.
Stevie Hammell produces a cross.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Stevie Hammell played to the near post, Dorin Goian manages to make a clearance.
Chris Humphrey produces a cross, Dorin Goian manages to make a clearance.
The referee gives a free kick against Lee McCulloch for handball. Darren Randolph takes the direct free kick.
The official flags Sone Aluko offside. Darren Randolph takes the free kick.
Corner taken by Rhys McCabe from the left by-line, Tim Clancy makes a clearance.
Steven Whittaker takes a shot.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Keith Lasley on Lee McCulloch. Direct free kick taken by Allan McGregor.
Dorin Goian concedes a free kick for a foul on Jamie Murphy. The free kick is swung in right-footed by Tom Hateley.
Shot from inside the area by Sone Aluko clears the bar.
Tom Hateley takes a shot. Steven Whittaker gets a block in.
Sone Aluko takes a shot. Save made by Darren Randolph.
Dorin Goian concedes a free kick for a foul on Henrik Ojamaa. Free kick taken by Nicky Law.
Rhys McCabe takes a shot from inside the box clearing the bar.
Steven Whittaker delivers the ball, clearance made by Tom Hateley.
Henrik Ojamaa fouled by Rhys McCabe, the ref awards a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Stevie Hammell.
A cross is delivered by Jamie Murphy, clearance by Kyle Bartley.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Sone Aluko from the right by-line, Darren Randolph makes a save.
Shot from just outside the box by Kyle Bartley goes over the bar.
Lee McCulloch takes a shot. Blocked by Tom Hateley.
Henrik Ojamaa takes a shot. Save by Allan McGregor.
McCoist aware of exodus consequences
Ally McCoist has conceded the prospect of players walking away from Rangers under a `newco` scenario would be a "devastating blow" for the club.
Administrators have named American businessman Bill Miller as preferred bidder to take over the Glasgow giants.
His plan is to create an "incubator" company while Duff and Phelps bid to take the club out of administration through a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA).
PFA Scotland chief executive Fraser Wishart warned last month that Rangers players may be able to leave for free if a new company is formed to take over the club's assets.
But McCoist stressed that not all players would necessarily opt to quit Ibrox even if they had the choice.
The Light Blues boss said: "It would be a devastating blow if it happened.
"But we are all assuming, if there's a possibility that the players can leave, that they will do that. That might not be the case.
"There are a lot of players here who love playing for the club and appreciate what the club is all about. Never under-estimate that.
"There are a good few boys here who have grown up with the club and know what the club is all about.
"It's maybe not just as straight-forward as a lot of people would think. Not all footballers just want to take a fast buck.
"Footballers are intelligent enough to understand that they have to look after themselves and their families - of course they do.
"But to suggest there is absolutely no loyalty at all among football players, I would say is totally wrong."
Rangers host Motherwell in their final home game of what has been a turbulent season on Saturday, with a lack of a UEFA licence meaning third-placed Well will replace the Ibrox side in the Champions League qualifiers.
McCoist said: "I'm delighted for Stuart McCall and the staff and the players. Motherwell are a great club and they are in the Champions League and it's wonderful.
"Never mind the reasons and saying that our problems have helped them get there. That's obviously the case but, at the same time, they deserve to be there."
Manager Stuart McCall fears Motherwell's 37-game winless run against Rangers is set to continue as the beleaguered Glasgow giants bid to end the campaign on a high at Ibrox.
Motherwell have profited from administration-hit Rangers' predicament by claiming a place in the Champions League next term.
Second-placed Rangers are ineligible due to their financial failings and Motherwell secured third ahead of Dundee United, who lost 5-0 at Ibrox on Wednesday.
With uncertainty ongoing at Rangers, despite American businessman Bill Miller being named preferred bidder by administrators Duff and Phelps, it could be the final game at Ibrox for many of the squad and McCall anticipates his side may feel the full force.
"Saturday will be a big game for Rangers," McCall said. "It will be a very difficult day.
"It possibly could be the last home game for a lot of the players, the lads who have served them outstandingly well this season.
"I think the support and the way the staff and the players have conducted themselves over a difficult time has been excellent."
Rangers' defeat of United sealed third place for Well, but while his players were basking in the glory and yesterday reported for training with hangovers, McCall was left contemplating how Motherwell could claim victory over Rangers for the first time since December 2002.
Former Rangers midfielder McCall said: "All the players were texting me while they were out celebrating.
"I went home, had a cup of tea and tried to think how we'll stop the Rangers juggernaut.
"We've had disappointing results there over a lot of years, but we need to do better than we have done certainly this season.
"We'll hopefully put in a better performance than we have done of late."
Motherwell have faced Rangers three times this season, twice losing 3-0 before a 2-1 defeat in March.
McCall is keen to end the miserable run at the end of an otherwise stellar season.
"We've played the Old Firm seven times this year and lost every one of them," McCall added. "It's not acceptable, but you look at the squads Celtic and Rangers have and every player's an international player. It can be understandable.
"But for the boys to go 29 games and only lose four against the rest (of the SPL) I think is an incredible achievement by the squad.
"It shows the consistency levels have been outstanding this season and I've been proud of everyone concerned.
"I'd be very hard pushed to pick a player of the year. No one individual has been outstanding week-in, week-out, but there have been a lot of players with regular very good performances."
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