Steven Gerrard looking for a reaction from Rangers against Kilmarnock

Steven Gerrard watched his Rangers side draw 1-1 with Aberdeen on opening day

Gerrard warned after Sunday's 1-0 Betfred Cup semi-final loss to Aberdeen that his players must improve their quality in the final third or he would find replacements. Absolutely, but for us to win the League Cup we're going to have beaten Hibs, Rangers and Celtic in Edinburgh and Glasgow.

It was a real blow to Gerrard in his first campaign in the dugout and defender Worrall was disappointed with a below par performance against the Dons.

"I know Steve will come and try and frustrate us, he will try and get the crowd on our back", Gerrard said.

The former England under-20 worldwide is unlikely to see much game time if he goes back to Liverpool, with a number of forwards ahead of him in Jurgen Klopp's squad, so for the good of his career remaining at Ibrox, where he would feature much more regularly, may well be the better option. "We worked very hard and got our just rewards in the end".

"We'll try and recover, we will analyse, debrief and besides that we hope some players self-reflect and we get a reaction".

Callum McGregor revealed, however, that he was looking forward to a final with Rangers and was disappointed they didn't make it through.

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Aberdeen midfielder Lewis Ferguson headed home the late victor at Hampden against a Rangers side that had only one of 15 shots on target.

Worrall said: "It was a kick in the teeth".

"Do I think we can beat Celtic over a cup tie?" Everyone is disappointed and hurting but we have a game to look forward to on Wednesday and we will put it right then.

"It's Aberdeen's day, we wish them well".

Although Gerrard fired a warning to his players, he did not deem the criticism fair on Rossiter who has not had enough minutes on the pitch to prove his worth as of yet.

"They only had one shot on target, which was pleasing for us as a group of players".

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