According to what has been reported by BBC, Rangers have failed to answer to SFA charge and accept two-match ban, which means there will be a adjudication of case on Thursday.
Kent, who has been charged after striking Celtic captain Scott Brown during the Old Firm Derby, is free to play for his team in the upcoming match.
Ryan Kent is free to play in Rangers' Scottish Premiership meeting with Hearts on Wednesday after the club opted not to accept his two-match ban for shoving Scott Brown.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) April 3, 2019
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