Rangers look to bounce back from the disappointment of the opening day draw with Hamilton and travel to Dundee hoping to pick up three points. Mark Warburton has admitted his side need to be more clinical in front of goal and Dundee will need to be on top form if they are to keep the Light Blues out.
Den’s Park, Dundee
1215 BST, 0715 EST
Where to watch
BT Sports will be broadcasting the match live in the UK & Ireland
RangersTV will have a live broadcast for the rest of the World.
Martyn Waghorn is out for two weeks with a hamstring injury picked up against Hamilton and Matt Crooks still misses out through injury and should hopefully join the rest of the squad training next week. Josh Windass is Rangers only other injury concern but his injury isn’t serious. Lee Wallace Danny Wilson have recovered from the virus which kept them out of the win over Peterhead and both could return in defence. Joe Dodoo will come in to replace the injured Waghorn.