Ryan Jack wins appeal against violent conduct ban
The Rangers midfielder was sent off for an altercation with Kirk Broadfoot.
Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack has won his appeal against the red card shown in the recent 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock.
Jack was sent off by referee Alan Muir after clashing with Killie defender Kirk Broadfoot as Rangers prepared to take a penalty in the closing stages of last Wednesday's match.
Muir initially appeared to show a yellow card before sending the player off after consulting with his assistant.
Daniel Candeias missed the penalty and Kilmarnock equalised through Chris Burke in what turned out to be manager Pedro Caixinha's last game in charge.
Rangers appealed the decision, freeing Jack to play in the 3-1 win against Hearts at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Jack's case was heard by an independent panel at Hampden on Thursday when the red card was rescinded.
The player's record will instead show a yellow card for unsporting behaviour.