Jason Cummings could be set to miss tonight’s trip to Pittodrie with illness, and Rangers are assessing his condition.
The 22-year old Nottingham Forest striker has not enjoyed the best spell of his career at Ibrox so far, with a lack of favour from his ex-manager, but has started the last two matches.
Removed early against Kilmarnock last weekend, Cummings is facing a sweat to be ready and available for the crunch clash in Aberdeen, and is a huge doubt to do so.
Jimmy Nicholl and Jonatan Johansson are set to take their second and second last match in charge of Rangers tonight, and would rather have all their players available for selection, but Cummings may be joining the absentee list which has started to dramatically grow over the past couple of weeks.
Naturally he isn’t suited to the 4-2-3-1 which seems to be getting retained under the caretaker management duo, so in truth unless the formation is altered, it probably isn’t that big a miss.
But nevertheless Rangers want as many options at their disposal as possible and Cummings’ talent is without question.
We will see tonight if he makes it.