Morelos, 22, is now free to face arch rivals Celtic this weekend
Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos is free to face Celtic after no disciplinary action was sanctioned following his tangle with Kilmarnock defender Kirk Broadfoot at the weekend.
The Gers hitman appeared to lift his arms to the former Gers player following the half-time whistle of their Scottish Premiership clash on Saturday.
That came after the Killie defender appeared to stand on his heel in the 1-1 draw at Ibrox.
Referee Greg Aitken missed the incident, but both players were sweating on the prospect of retrospective action being taken.
However, neither Morelos nor Broadfoot will face punishment due to insufficient evidence available to the Scottish Football Association’s compliance officer.
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Morelos, 22, will be available for the trip to Parkhead on March 31, following the completion of the international break, while Broadfoot is clear to face Hamilton the previous day.
The Colombia attacker, who recently put pen-to-paper on a third contract extension at Rangers inside just 12 months, has found the net 29 times in 45 appearances this season.