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By Ben Banks

Lanarkshire pair Jake Hastie and Josh McPake have been given a run out at Ibrox against Newcastle United.

Hastie has spent the first half of this term at Partick Thistle before heading to win the league title in Northern Ireland with Linfield this year.

McPake's term meanwhile has been hit by injury across stints in England with Morecambe and Tranmere Rovers.

The Law and Coatbridge duo are back at the Light Blues now and were selected in a fringe squad that faced English Premier League side Newcastle United on home soil.

They suffered a 3-2 defeat as the Govan 'B' team handed starts to some on their fringes.

It was McPake who opened the scoring and Charlie Lindsay grabbed the other Rangers goal, both cancelled out by Dylan Stephenson, Matty Bondswell and Dyland Crossley efforts.

Reports have suggested Tranmere's winter recruit from the Scottish Premiership will be seeking a new club this summer as his parent club consider whether to let him go permanently or not.

Motherwell academy product Hastie meanwhile has failed to make the breakthrough since his 2019 exit from Fir Park.

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