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The team Rangers fans picked to line up vs Aberdeen - James Tavernier dropped

The results are in, and you've gone for... a 4-3-3. Warbs in!

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Once again, the team poll has produced a reasonable selection for Rangers vs Aberdeen, and while James Tavernier and Rob Kiernan have born the brunt of your ire, Mark Warburton's 4-3-3 has not, with most people shying away from a 4-4-2.

In goal, you opted for Wes Foderingham, of course, but the first change was made at right-back, where Lee Hodson was the more popular choice in place of James Tavernier. On the other side, Lee Wallace was kept in.

Central defence was a close fight between Danny Wilson and Rob Kiernan to partner Clint Hill, with the former just about winning out.

In midfield, Andy Halliday was the first pick despite his recent poor form, and you opted to pair him with Jason Holt and Harry Forrester.

The front three, meanwhile, was pretty clear-cut, as you went for Michael O'Halloran, Joe Garner and Barrie McKay.

Which leaves the team looking like this:

This may not be too far off the truth, to be honest. Not just because of the lack of options in midfield and the return of Hill, but also because Warburton will be wary of the need to rotate his team - it wouldn't be a surprise to see all three of Barrie McKay, Michael O'Halloran and Joe Garner return to the fold.

Tomorrow will tell. You can follow us on Twitter for live updates of that.