Rangers are right back in action in the Scottish Premiership to face Motherwell in front of the home crowd at Ibrox.
Rangers FC will have little time to dwell on their disappointing 4-3 loss to Spartak Moscow in Group G of the Europa League in Russia as they turn around to face Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership.
Rangers have been of somewhat problematic form as of late having achieved victory in just 1 of their last 5 matches. Going back to a zero to zero tie at Ibrox against Spartak Moscow, a loss against Aberdeen at Hamden in the Betfred Cup Semi-Finals, a 1-1 tie on the road against Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership, a close 2-0 victory against a weak St. Mirren side in the Premiership, and most recently they went on the road to Russia and lost 4-3 to Spartak Moscow in Russia.
Being back in Glasgow at Ibrox will certainly be a welcome change for Rangers, who have played their last four matches away from their friendly home pitch, and going against a Motherwell side that are not exactly world-beaters will be a good chance for Rangers to get back on track.
Rangers will be looking to continue their goal-scoring from Russia, where they scored 3 goals after managing just 3 in their previous 4 matches, but they must also get their defense back in shape. Nikola Katic has been somewhat ineffective and will have to get back into form in particular, especially with rumors that Connor Goldson may sit out the match with a knock.
If Rangers manage to get back on track with a comfortable victory then a lot of stuff that has been going wrong recently will go away for at least the time being. If they struggle in a victory, or even worse fail to get all three points, it will officially be time to worry about the season staying strong.