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How should Rangers line up against Livingston?

Rangers face Livingston at Ibrox on Saturday, and Mark Warburton isn't likely to make too many changes for their visit.

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Up front, there's a case to include Nathan Oduwa, who wasn't even in the squad last time, as a result of our usual rotation, but we'll be expecting him to make the bench this time. Harry Forrester also needs game time, although didn't look fit to start against Cowdenbeath and will probably make an appearance from the bench.

In midfield, things are much the same - Nicky Law and possibly Dean Shiels will have made cases for involvement, but Livingston at home is a game that will probably see Mark Warburton pick his most attacking lineup, which means Gedion Zelalem is likely to start despite a disappointing showing in the last game. Jason Holt and Andy Halliday simply pick themselves.

At the back, it's probable that our defence might be rotated yet again, and Dominic Ball was definitely the worst of the two centre-backs against Cowdenbeath, so it's likely that Rob Kiernan will be installed back in the team to replace him.

Subs: Maciej Gostomski, Dominic Ball, Nathan Oduwa, Jordan Thompson, Ryan Hardie, Harry Forrester, Nicky Law.