RANGERS will discover today whether goalkeeper Allan McGregor and striker Alfredo Morelos face a suspension following a dramatic Premiership win over Aberdeen.

Steven Gerrard’s side ensured they didn’t lose further ground to Old Firm rivals Celtic in the title race as they clinched a crucial 4-2 victory at Pittodrie on Wednesday night.

But there was more red card controversy surrounding Morelos after he was sent off early in the second half for a tangle with Dons defender Scott McKenna.

Morelos, who scored twice before James Tavernier gave Rangers a 3-1 lead at the break as he netted from the spot, caught McKenna with his foot whilst he was on the ground.

And the Scotland international then retaliated and was sent off by referee Bobby Madden for appearing to catch Morelos with his boot as he kicked out at the Colombian.

Boss Steven Gerrard refused to be drawn on the details of the incident post-match but Rangers have now decided to appeal the decision to the Scottish FA.

A hearing will be held at Hampden this evening that will determine whether Morelos, who was ordered off in Ufa and against Aberdeen at Ibrox earlier in this season, will have a red card at Pittodrie overturned for the second time this term.

Rangers will also discover the fate of McGregor following a challenge on Lewis Ferguson in the second half.

Compliance Officer Clare Whyte has until later today to determine whether to open a Notice of Complaint against McGregor or take no action against the Ibrox keeper.