Rangers FC vs St. Mirren FC, Premier League 2020 REGULAR SEASON
3 : 0
9th of August 2020 14:00
First half: 45+1 | Second half: 45+4
- 0' - Welcome to Ibrox Stadium that hosts another battle between Rangers FC and St. Mirren FC.
- 5' - Rangers FC is defending very well tonight not leaving a chance for their rivals to get through for a goal.
- 10' - Both teams are passing the ball around with high level of urgency. Rangers FC needs to do something about it to get closer to the goal.
- 15' - The referee is likely to let players tackle, as he already missed some meaty challenges during opening seconds. He is still to establish what should not be done by the players and what is acceptable on the pitch. It’s going to be a tough game for Ilkay Durmus suffering a number of foals already.
- 20' - It looks surprising St. Mirren FC does not make any changes. Joe Shaughnessy has some obvious troubles when approaching to the goal.
- 23' - GOAL! Conor McCarthy scores on 23.
- 24' - Conor McCarthy with the second goal in the match!
- 25' - The referee calls foul for Nathan Sheron. He receives a Yellow card.
- 30' - Rangers FC started playing very sharply right from the kick off. However, it slowed down the tempo rapidly by 30.
- 35' - While there is no rush on the pitch, let’s have a look at some stats. James Tavernier made 135 appearances and scored 42 goals. He is very likely to score a goal today.
- 40' - Not even hints on scoring a goal over the last 40 minutes.
- 45' - Rangers FC looks like a favorite considering 2 games won in last 2 matches with its main striker Alfredo Morelos scoring 3 goals.
- 50' - It’s high time Steven Gerrard made some changes to put the his team’s game back to action.
- 55' - Spectators are craving for more action. Both teams play very cautiously. They need to put some more energy.
- 60' - Jamie McGrath needs to be pretty careful with his discipline considering 0 Yellow cards this season.
- 65' - The teams are not in a rush to score plenty of goals. It might look strange considering St. Mirren FC that had 89 games and scored 76 goals.
- 68' - The referee calls foul for Cameron MacPherson. He receives a Yellow card.
- 69' - What a strike from Alfredo Morelos! The score is 1-2.
- 74' - Rangers FC manager makes another effort to make the tables turned. Steven Davis is hanging Ryan Jack on the field on 74 minute.
- 74' - What an equalizer from Alfredo Morelos!
- 75' - The Rangers FC manager makes a substitution. Alfredo Morelos departs to be replaced by Cédric Itten.
- 78' - Another change for St. Mirren FC made on 78 minute. İlkay Durmuş leaves to be changed by Kyle McAllister.
- 79' - Brandon Barker has so much to prove this time. He replaces Ryan Kent on 79 minute.
- 84' - Time for substitution for St. Mirren FC. Jonathan Obika is replaced by Ísak Snaer oorvaldsson.
- 85' - The whistle greets Sam Foley as he departs to be replaced by Ethan Erhahon.
- 90' - Supporters expect more eagerness from Steven Davis, as he is very good at scoring at Ibrox Stadium with 1 goals in the last 1 games.
- That’s it! Another goalless match for Rangers FC and St. Mirren FC (для сухой ничьи).
Today 2020-08-09 Rangers FC vs St. Mirren FC are fighting Premier League league on Ibrox Stadium.
Rangers FC had 29 games and get got 67 points in Season (2018/19)
St. Mirren FC had 30 games and get got 29 points in Season (2018/19)
Todays referees are: Andrew Dallas, Douglas Ross, Gavin Duncan, Graeme Leslie
Captain2 James Tavernier
- 26 Leon Balogun
- 33 Jon McLaughlin
- 17 Joe Aribo
- 10 Steven Davis 74'
- 7 Ianis Hagi
- 31 Borna Barisic
- 3 Calvin Bassey 79'
- 20 Alfredo Morelos
- 11 Cedric Itten 75'
- 18 Glen Kamara
- 14 Ryan Kent
- 21 Brandon Barker 79'
- 6 Connor Goldson
- 8 Ryan Jack
- 10 Steven Davis 74'
- 2 James Tavernier
St. Mirren FC
Captain16 Sam Foley
- 6 Nathan Sheron
- 19 Junior Morias 75'
- 9 Jonathan Obika
- 23 Isak Snaer oorvaldsson 84'
- 1 Jak Alnwick
- 16 Sam Foley
- 25 Ethan Erhahon 85'
- 4 Joe Shaughnessy
- 2 Richard Tait
- 14 Cameron MacPherson
- 33 Lewis Jamieson 85'
- 5 Conor McCarthy
- 17 Jamie McGrath
- 22 Marcus Fraser
- 11 Ilkay Durmus
- 10 Kyle McAllister 78'