Mark Warburton sends a message about Rangers’ Scottish Challenge Cup intentions

Mark Warburton

Rangers will take on Livingston in the Scottish Challenge Cup quarter-finals tomorrow.

Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told the club’s official website that he and his players want to win the Scottish Challenge Cup this season.

The Gers will take on Livingston at Ibrox in Glasgow in the quarter-finals of the competition on Tuesday evening.

Warburton has said that he could make some changes to his Rangers’ lineup, but he has insisted that he wants to win the Scottish Challenge Cup.

“It’s important,” the Englishman told Rangers’ official website. “You can’t go into a squad of players and talk about a winning mentality and then say ‘this isn’t high on our list’. Far from it.

“So we’re very much aware we want to go into tomorrow night with a strong team and win the game. That is our intention.”

“If we can get our focus right and be best prepared – and we have trained well – we have to deliver another performance,” added Warburton. “As I say we’re two games away from a cup final.”

Rangers have been superb in the Scottish Championship so far this season and are on course to winning automatic promotion to the Scottish Premiership.

The Gers have won all 10 of their league matches, and they will be favourites to get the better of Livingston at home.

The Scottish Challenge Cup is a trophy that Rangers should aim to win this season, and it seems that Warburton and his players are keen on doing just that.

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