Rangers face East Fife in League Cup

Rangers will face Irn-Bru Second Division side East Fife in the first round of the Scottish Communities League Cup.

Last Updated: 20/07/12 at 14:09 Post Comment

McCoist: Preparing for East Fife clash

McCoist: Preparing for East Fife clash

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The newco club have been admitted into the Third Division for the upcoming season and enter the League Cup at the first-round stage for the first time since 1978.

The match at Ibrox is due to take place on August 4, making it Rangers' first home game of the new campaign as they look to adjust to life in the bottom tier of Scottish football.

Dundee, who were selected by the SPL to replace Rangers in the top-flight, also enter at the first-round stage and have been drawn against Third Division outfit Peterhead.

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