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How should Rangers line up against Dundee in the Scottish Cup?

Rangers have a huge game against Dundee at the weekend, and the team for the most part should pick itself.

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Rangers have one of their biggest games of the season on Saturday morning, and a limited number of options to select their squad from.

The back five will pick itself, as Mark Warburton surely relies on the settled defence that have been so impressive lately.

After that, there aren't too many options due to suspensions and injuries, so the team almost picks itself. We'd be astonished if Dom Ball didn't make a return to midfield, with Andy Halliday and Jason Holt the two further forward midfielders. Which leaves the front three. Again, this looks pretty clear-cut. Kenny Miller has been far better than Nicky Clark and was rested in the last game, so will surely start. Barrie McKay has had a recent dip in form but was also rested. And then there's the in-form Harry Forrester too.

In short, there's not too much of a debate here. As for the bench, Mark Warburton says there could be as many as three academy players there. Liam Burt will be one, while Jamie Barjonas and Jack Thompson, both uninvolved with the U-20s, are likely to be the others competing for a place on the bench.

Anyway, that leaves the team looking like this:

What do you think? Give us your team in the comments.