Rangers boss Philippe Clement has provided an injury update on Kemar Roofe and Borna Barisic.

Neither man was involved in the draw against Sparta Prague in the Europa League. 

Roofe has not played since the ViaPlay Cup quarter-final against Livingston in September while Barisic limped off last weekend's win over Hibernian.

And Clement has provided the latest injury news on both men. He said: "Kemar [Roofe] will not be available for the weekend - next week we need to take a good look at how he is getting on and how we bring him back long-term.

"Borna [Barisic] we will see if he can train tomorrow or not." The Belgian also opened up on other Ibrox stars who have been out of action for a period of time, including Jose Cifuentes, Tom Lawrence and Dujon Sterling.

"[Jose] Cifuentes will hopefully train tomorrow with the team - Tom Lawrence and Dujon Sterling will not be available," he added.

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Meanwhile, Sparta Prague hitman Jan Kuchta insists only an inspired Jack Butland prevented them from beating Rangers in the Europa League.

The Ibrox side claimed a respectable goalless draw in the Czech Republic although they had to rely on their keeper making a string of fine saves in the first half in particular.

Czech international striker Kutcha was guilty of missing chances too and he's expecting an intense atmosphere at Ibrox in the return game having previously only witnessed an empty stadium having played there when he was at rivals Slavia Prague in the infamous Europa League tie in 2021 where former Rangers star Glen Kamara was racially abused.

He said: "The feeling after that is disappointment. When you get to this stage, you play teams who have high-quality players and have goalkeepers in the team to make saves.

"Unfortunately for us, the Rangers keeper made a lot of good saves. But we also have to take our share of the blame for poor finishing. We actually hit a few shots straight at him.