Rangers star Leon Balogun believes that Ross County will come at the Gers on Wednesday with all their might, but stated that he is not worried about Derek Adams’ side.


The Gers are unbeaten under Philippe Clement so far and they have climbed up to second place under him.


Rangers now have the Scottish Premiership title race in their own hands due to a game in hand and they are due to face Ross County on Wednesday.




Adams’ side have had ten days of rest before coming to Ibrox as their game against Hibernian was cancelled over the weekend and Balogun believes that Ross County will plan to throw everything at the game, thinking that Rangers are fatigued after their Sunday’s clash against Motherwell.


The Rangers star however is not too worried about Ross County and pointed out that they will focus on their game as they have done so far under Clement.



“Well, they are probably thinking they can throw everything at us and that we are going to be fatigued or whatever, but I do not really worry about Ross County too much, with all due respect”, Balogun told Rangers TV.


“They are to be respected because they will bring something to the game.



“They will ask us questions, but it is about us in the end.


“That is what we have been doing the past week, just focusing on us and doing what we have to do and so far that recipe has been proven successful.”


The last time Rangers faced Ross County in August they came out victorious 2-0 with the help of Kemar Roofe and James Tavernier’s goals.