Glasgow Rangers vs Stirling by GamblerGB
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Glasgow Rangers can with 3 points and a defeat to Queens Park secure promotion to 2. Division, although there remaining seven matches. Rangers have 20 points down to Queens Park and it will be a disaster if they don't promote.
Although Glasgow Rangers are levels better than the other teams in 2. Division, they have disappointed a couple of times. They have 6-2-2 in their last 10 matches and among the six victories they just won two of them by at least 3 goals and therefore I find this game interesting and suggest Stirling Albion not to lose the match by 3 or more goals. Glasgow Rangers is also weakened in the offensiv line to this match, without their top scorer Andrew Little
Stirling Albion will play against Glasgow Rangers for 4th time this season, they won 1-0, lost 2-0 and played 1-1 in their last meeting.
As one of the few teams in the league, they know how to play against Glasgow Ranger and can with a victory reduce the distance to the playoff places to 6 points.
Stirling Albion won their last match 9-1 at home against East Stirling from the bottom of the league and came to Ibrox Stadium with lot of confidence, especially Jordan White who scored four times.
Newest absences of Glasgow Rangers injury list is: Davie Templeton (important, winger, 10 goals) and Dean Shiels (important, attack, 7 goals).
Francisco Sandaza (substitute, striker) is suspended because of an internal enquiry into his conduct.
Ian Black (keyplayer-midfield) is suspended because of red card in their last match against Elgin.
3.Division top scorer with 22 goals Andrew Little is on international duty with Northern Ireland today.
Stirling Albion will be without two important players, Brian Allison (keyplayer-defense) and Kieran McAnespie (keyplayer-midfield) both are suspended today.
But Gary Thom return from one match ban and he will start in the defence today
Goalkeeper David Crawford and striker Graham Weir are both available after injuries and both are important players for Stirling Albion.
I've also looked for over 3.5 goals because Rangers can play freely + home advantage and Stirling Albion must go to win if they will keep hopes for the playoff places, but because of Glasgow Rangers have important attacking absences, I find the best value in Stirling Albion will not lose the match by more than 2 goals.
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