Steven Gerrard will be without the services of Ryan Kent for Rangers important Europa League tie against Spartak Moscow.

The Liverpool loanee, who suffered a hamstring injury, has been on fire for Rangers since he made the loan move to Glasgow in the summer.

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And Rangers legend Barry Ferguson believes Kent’s absence is a ‘massive blow’ for Gerrard.

“That’s a massive blow,” Ferguson said on PLZ Soccer “He’s the one player that can do something different in the final third, which has been seriously lacking for Rangers over the last couple of weeks.

“I’m sure the manager will be concerned about that one. He’s been probably Rangers’ best player this season, I’ve been really impressed with him.”

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