As you were for Rangers Rangers manager Ally McCoist has no fresh injury worries for their Irn-Bru Third Division game against Montrose. David Templeton and Andy Little both remain on the sidelines with ankle ligament damage and a foot injury respectively. McCoist hopes the pair will be out of action for weeks rather than months. Rangers crashed out of the Ramsdens Cup on Tuesday night at the hands of Queen of the South following a dramatic penalty shoot-out and the Light Blues boss has urged his players to bounce back from the defeat when they return to league business this weekend. McCoist said: "We want to see a reaction on Sunday in our next league game - that's the most important thing now. The disappointment of Tuesday is history. Obviously we will have a look at the video and go over some of the key points but at the same time we have to look forward." Montrose have just the one absentee as they head to Ibrox. Midfielder Paul Watson misses out with a knee injury but apart from that Stuart Garden has a fully-fit squad to choose from. Garden said: "All the teams that have played Rangers so far have done themselves and the Third Division proud. No-one has picked up anything in a league game at Ibrox but we will look to do that but we know it will be a very difficult task. "They have some really good players still but we will give it our best. Garden joked: "East Stirling and Elgin have both lost 5-1 after taking the lead early so I have told our boys not to open the scoring until the last minute."