Rangers will be facing Morton expecting a win, and will still be top of the league regardless of what happens in the Saturday games. We might have an opportunity to extend our lead should Hibs or Falkirk slip up against St Mirren or Livingston respectively, but Mark Warburton will be confident of stuffing Morton and moving on. With Cammy Bell fit, David Templeton is the only injury in the squad, so there's plenty of choice to be had.
Defence: Mr Warburton seems determined to drop centre-backs at the slightest provocation, but with nobody in particularly good or terrible form, it's hard to see what he'll do here. Rob Kiernan was probably the worst out of the two in our last game, and while Ball isn't in much better form, we predict a change for the sake of it and Wilson to keep his place. James Tavernier, Lee Wallace and Wes Foderingham are a given to start.
Midfield: Andy Halliday and Jason Holt will be obvious automatic starters, with the third central player likely to be Gedion Zelalem or Nicky Law. Law hasn't really been able to truly grasp any of his chances this season, but since it's an away game and Zelalem had one poor game followed by a forgettable cameo, he'll probably make a start. Dean Shiels is an outside bet but Mr Warburton seems to prefer conserving him for an option off the bench.
Attack: Nathan Oduwa's departure, and any potential signings probably coming in too late, mean that we'll probably stick with the tried-and-trusted front three. Harry Forrester needs to get game time to get back to match fitness, but it would be a surprise if he started.
Bench:The only real question here is probably which two out of Jordan Thompson, Ryan Hardie, and Nicky Clark make the substitutes. Since it's an away game, and Clark scored a 'goal' on his last sub appearance while Hardie didn't do much, we're going to guess it'll be the young striker to miss out.
Predicted subs: Bell, Kiernan, Zelalem, Thompson, Forrester, Clark, Shiels.
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