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Rangers and Falkirk meet on Tuesday evening at Hampden Park in the first of the CIS Cup semi-finals. See all the latest betting here.

In the wake of their 4-1 defeat to Cagliari on Sunday, Lazio were forced to curtail today’s training session after they were verbally abused by angry supporters.

Lazio supporters shouted abuse at the players and a couple of fans scaled the security fence to confront players, causing coach Delio Rossi to abandon the session as a number of players ran for cover.

“You are a bunch of women and mercenaries,” shouted one angry fan, as reported by Il Corriere Dello Sport.

One supporter even asked Aleksander Kolarov for a fight and he warned the Serbian defender that he would be waiting for him outside the ground after training.

“You are right to be annoyed but please lets calm down and we can talk about this later,” Rossi told the angry fans.

The coach then calmly walked back towards the training pitch, and he told his players to carry on with their session.

Rangers and Falkirk meet on Tuesday evening at Hampden Park in the first of the CIS Cup semi-finals. See all the latest betting here.

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