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Could Matt Polster be in line for Rangers debut against Hamilton?


Could Matt Polster be in line for Rangers debut against Hamilton?

Rangers travel to Hamilton on Sunday in the Scottish Premiership and the games are coming quickly at the moment for them.

Steven Gerrard’s side are in the middle of a run of five games within 16 days, which should tempt the manager to make some rotations within the squad.

The Light Blues will be hopeful of beating a Hamilton team that sit second bottom of the table and know that just three days later they face Dundee at Ibrox in the league.


With such a busy run of fixtures, will Rangers fans finally see January signing Matt Poster for the first time?

The Gers signed Polster last month on a two-and-half-year deal from MLS club Chicago Fire.

He has been working his way to full fitness and was named on the bench in the last league fixture, but is still waiting to make his first-team debut for the Scottish giants.

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Polser is a versatile ace that can play at right-back or as a defensive midfielder, something that supporters will be excited to see.

The 25-year-old has one senior international cap for USA and could provide much-needed cover for captain James Tavernier in the full-back area, or alternatively help bolster the midfield.

It may well be the perfect time to give Polster a late cameo at the weekend against Hamilton if they are winning and it appears like he’s getting close to a first appearance.

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