Pedro Caixinha’s men return to league action against Dundee at Ibrox this weekend.
Following the 3-1 victory away to Ross County last time out, Rangers will be looking to win at home for the first time this season.
In front of the home faithful, the ‘Gers have so far lost 3-2 to Hibs and suffered a goalless draw with Hearts in the Premiership.
The ever-anticipated Old Firm league fixture is just a fortnight away. The Light Blues will need to develop a good run of form.
After Saturday’s visit of Dundee, Rangers go to Partick Thistle back-to-back in league and cup matches.
The squad available to Pedro Caixinha has one extra addition to that which played Ross County.
Declan John became the eleventh summer signing at the club on Deadline Day. The Welsh left-back is expected to be in the matchday squad at Ibrox.
This is how I think Rangers will line up against Neil McCann’s side tomorrow afternoon (4-4-2):
GK - Wes Foderingham
Goes without saying. Jak Alnwick is only expected to feature in the cup matches this season so the number one will remain between the sticks.
RB - James Tavernier
Tavernier has become much better defensively in recent matches whilst retaining his attacking intent. The relationship with Daniel Candeias is one of the current strengths in the side.
CB - Bruno Alves
The Portugal international was ill last week whilst with his country but returned for their qualifier on Sunday. Has been very impressive so far in the defence.
CB - Fabio Cardoso
Will operate as usual beside his compatriot. Has had a few worrying moments at the back but looks much more reliable than last season’s number four.
LB - Lee Wallace
Despite the competition of Declan John, Wallace is the captain and will keep his place.
RM - Daniel Candeias
Very impressive so far on the right side. Always wants to make forward runs and is a threat. Has all the makings of a proper winger.
CM - Graham Dorrans
The experience that Dorrans brings to the midfield has been very important. Provides quality and has the ability to make a difference. Great start to the season with a double at Motherwell.
CM - Ryan Jack
The former Aberdeen captain has been a great signing for the club. His ability on the ball as well as breaking up the play offers protection to the defence.
LM - Josh Windass
Was kept out of the trip to Ross County through injury but should return against Dundee. Has shown his quality as an attacking midfielder since being moved to the left. Yet to prove his worth as a winger, though.
ST - Alfredo Morelos
The young Colombian has hit the ground running in terms of goals. Four in five games to start the season is an impressive return and he is a pest to the opposition.
ST - Kenny Miller
As long as he is fit to play it looks like Miller will stay in the side. Will always provide a threat – even at 37 – but often comes too deep for the ball which can leave his strike partner isolated. Still has the passion and work rate you look for, however.
Jak Alnwick (GK), Lee Hodson, Declan John, Niko Kranjcar, Eduardo Herrera, Carlos Pena, Danny Wilson