Rangers winger Michael O’Halloran has stressed that if his side play their own game then they will be able to beat Greenock Morton tomorrow evening.

Mark Warburton’s men have been in a tremendous run of form over the course of the last few months, and with a 12-point lead at the top of the Scottish Championship, they are odds on favourites to earn automatic promotion as league leaders.

The Gers will be looking to further stretch their lead at the top of the league table when they take on Morton at Ibrox tomorrow, and winger O’Halloran feels if his team-mates play to their full potential, then they should not have any problems in getting a win.

He admits that the club have done their homework ahead of Morton’s visit, but feels it is all about Rangers stamping their authority on the visitors tomorrow in front of their supporters at Ibrox.

The Rangers winger told the club’s official website: “They are a good and well organised side with a good manager and good players but I think we have more than enough if we go out and do our own thing and play our game then hopefully we’ll get the three points.


“We go over a few things in analysis; how they play and how they set up but it’s about what we do and I think we know we have the players to go and hurt them.

“We’re at home as well which after taking the great performance on Saturday into account then that’s a threat too.”

Rangers have also made it to the Scottish Cup semi-final where they will take on eternal enemies Celtic at Hampden Park next month.