WITH several Rangers players plying their trade across British football this season, we take a look at how they fared over the weekend.

Scottish Premiership

Michael O’Halloran (St Johnstone)

It was a day to forget for the winger, who came off the bench with just over half an hour remaining of Saints’ 4-0 defeat to Celtic. O’Halloran replaced Stefan Scougall with his side trailing by a goal, but three strikes from the Hoops in the final 18 minutes ensured the Perth side’s winless run was extended to six games.

Azerbaijan Premier League

Andy Halliday (Qabala)

Qabala jumped to the top of the Premier League table momentarily with a 3-1 win over Sebail, but Halliday was not called off the bench. The midfielder’s side are now in third place, three points behind leaders Qarabag.

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English League One

Harry Forrester (AFC Wimbledon)

Forrester was in FA Cup first round action on Saturday as Wimbledon defeated Lincoln City 1-0. The midfielder played a full 90 minutes for the League One side as they held on against one of last season’s surprise packages.

Joe Dodoo (Charlton)

The striker was on target in a midweek EFL Trophy win against Fulham Under-21s, a performance that earned him another starting spot for Saturday’s 3-1 FA Cup victory over Truro City. Charlton secured a 3-1 win against the non-league side but Dodoo failed to find the net again and was replaced with 19 minutes remaining.

Scottish League Two

Robby McCrorie (Berwick Rangers)

On a weekend when his brother Ross was hitting the headlines by scoring his first Rangers goal, Robby McCrorie continued his progress by keeping a clean sheet for the Wee Rangers in a goalless draw against Annan – his fourth in five games.