Rangers travel to Tannadice on Sunday after winning their Europa League Group in style and Steven Gerrard has delivered the good news ahead of the Premiership clash.
There are no fresh injury problems for him to deal with and he said that was “a real positive for us going into the weekend.”
Steven Gerrard was talking in his pre-match press conference ahead of the midday kick-off on Sunday.
🎙️ SG: No fresh injury issues after last night. A real positive for us going into the weekend.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) December 11, 2020
Gerrard went on to say that there would be some changes to the team on Sunday and added, “everyone is performing well.”
Squad is buzzing
It’s never easy to play in the Premiership on Sunday after a gruelling trip to Europe on Thursday night and a trip to Poland will take it out of players.
Having said that, the confidence among the Rangers squad is so high at the moment that you can see them looking forward to every game.
Dundee United after an away day in Europe would have been seen as a big banana skin last season.
At the moment it’s really hard to see Rangers slipping up.
We don’t want to appear complacent but the squad is big enough to cope with two games a week at the moment and resting Jermain Defoe entirely from the Europa campaign is paying off.
The news of no fresh injuries is great and Ryan Jack could be back in contention after injury.
We think it’s going to be another three points on Sunday. The big question is what happens at Parkhead, where more dropped points could lead to an almighty implosion.