Rangers postpone League One fixture against Forfar due to international call-ups

Rangers boss Ally McCoist: League One club has postponed clash with Forfar

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Rangers have postponed next week's League One fixture against Forfar after four of their players were called up for international duty.

Ally McCoist's team were set to face Forfar at Ibrox on Saturday, November 16, but the game has been called off with 10 days' notice after Rangers invoked Scottish Professional Football League rule G7.

Arnold Peralta was picked by Honduras to play Brazil and Lee Wallace is in the Scotland squad for the double-header against the United States and Norway.

Fraser Aird is away with Scotland's Under-19s and Lewis Macleod will also feature for Scotland's Under-21 side.

A statement on the Rangers website read: "The club appreciates supporters may be unhappy with the decision but it was taken in good faith by the football department.

"We hope to reschedule the game for Tuesday, December 3, or Wednesday,

December 4, but this will only be confirmed once the date for our Scottish Cup

tie against Falkirk is confirmed - which is scheduled for the weekend of the November 30."