Sport Rangers have weaknesses and we'll try to exploit them, says Motherwell star Liam Grimshaw
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Liam Grimshaw says Motherwell must take their European experiences into Sunday's clash against Rangers, and try to cause a shock win.
The midfielder says every team has their weaknesses, and Motherwell will do everything they can to exploit Rangers' in the lunchtime kick-off.
And the 25-year-old pointed out that Hibs showed there are ways to take points off of Steven Gerrard's side with a 2-2 draw last weekend.
Grimshaw was disappointed to be on the receiving end of a 3-1 defeat to Hapoel Be'er Sheva in the Europa League third qualifying round on Thursday, but said that experience can still be used to their advantage.
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He said: "Rangers are a good team, they've got a lot of money and a lot more than the rest of the league.
"They've had a good start to the season, but some would argue that's what they should be doing. We'll go and give it our best shot against them and hopefully we can get something.
"Every team has their weaknesses, and Rangers are a good team, but we'll do our best to find a weakness and try to exploit it.
"We've learned a lot from the European games and it has been a valuable experience for everyone in the team, playing the two Irish teams and then playing in a totally different country and different culture and stuff.
"We have learned a lot, it's just disappointing that we haven't progressed.
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"It's a big game for us and we'll do what we can on Sunday. This is good preparation - every game is important, you learn something in every game, whether it's young lads or older lads. Hapoe Be'er SHeva were a decent team and it has been a good experience.
"There were large periods of that game where we more than matched them. I was thinking we could have got a goal in the first half when we had a decent spell of pressure, and that would have changed the complexion of the game.
"When they scored it put us on the back foot; we had to go looking for it a bit more, and we got picked off, really."
Playing in Israel on Thursday night was Grimshaw's first real taste of a European adventure in senior football, having come through the youth ranks at Manchester United, and he hopes it isn't his last at Motherwell.
"It's what you strive for," he said. "Being realistic, third or fourth place is probably what we're aiming for in this league.
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"This was my first game at senior level. I played quite a bit with Man United abroad in competitions and European games, but at senior level, apart from Glentoran, this was my first away game to a proper foreign country.
"I've been here for a while now and it has been an honour to represent club and town in Europe and we're just a bit gutted we couldn't take it a bit further."
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