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Ross County warn supporters over ticket scam ahead of Rangers visit to Dingwall

By Andrew Henderson

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Ross County Football Club have warned their supporters to be cautious over people offering to sell tickets to Saturday's match against Rangers, saying they are most likely scams.

The Staggies confirmed yesterday that the match is sold out with no tickets available, which appears to have prompted some to try and take advantage of the situation – several instances of which had been reported to the club.

County say that those offering to sell tickets are "highly unlikely" to have tickets for the match.

Some fans have also voiced concerns that Rangers supporters have bought tickets in the home end, and have asked for the club to ensure they will not be allowed into the stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Staggies will be hoping to bounce back from last night's disappointing result away at Dundee United and continue their ascent up the Premiership table.

Kick off on Saturday is at 12.30pm.

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