Predicted Rangers Line-up To Face Dundee In Scottish Premiership
Rangers face Dundee on Friday evening as they look to continue to improve following the departure of Pedro Caixinha.
Long-term absentee Lee Wallace is still missing, hopefully allowing Declan John to continue at left-back, though Lee Hodson had that role against Hamilton Accies. Graham Dorrans may well be missing again from the midfield.
Manager: Graeme Murty
GK – Wes Foderingham
Jak Alnwick is itching for more game time at the club but for now, there is no sign of Foderingham being usurped as No.1.
RB – James Tavernier
Tavernier rarely misses a game and there is no reason why he won’t be chosen again here at right-back. His attacking prowess is as important as his defensive work in this role.
CB – Ross McCrorie
The young man is still learning his trade and with him being included in the team, results like last week are going to happen. He is getting better week after week and has a bright future. David Bates will be pushing for a place though.
CB – Danny Wilson
The former Hearts and Liverpool man is a regular once again in the squad and is bound to line up once more.
LB – Declan John
Will hopefully be available this time to add not just balance to the back line, but also better and more potent movement going forward down the left than what could be mustered by Hodson last time.
RW – Daniel Candeias
The Portuguese winger has admirably carried on regardless since the sacking of his compatriot and provides good wide support to the front men.
CM – Ryan Jack
On a personal level, Jack is realising his true potential playing at this club but only trophies will top things off for him. Should the club go on to win something, he will definitely be able to claim his fair share of the credit.
CM – Jason Holt
The ex-Hearts man was a regular in this position last season and so he is a fair replacement for Dorrans and a good partner for Jack in the middle.
LW – Josh Windass
Replaced by Nemane last time but will most likely start on the left again. He is improving with every passing month.
ST – Kenny Miller
Still going strong and after registering a blank last week, he will hope that he scores this time around.
ST – Alfredo Morelos
Withdrawn last time but is likely to start again. His scoring record is pretty decent and he, in theory at least, can only get better in this division.