Garner And Forrester To Start – Predicted 4-3-3 Rangers Line-Up To Face Dundee


Glasgow Rangers currently sit in third place in the league and will be looking to cement their place at the top end of the table as there are just 2 points separating them and 5th place.

This is a match in which Rangers have been very successful in recent years having won 13 of their last 15 games against Dundee, and they will be looking to put the 11th placed side to the sword once again.

They have a few knocks with Jordan Rossiter still out following a setback he has suffered in his recovery from a calf injury. They also miss midfielder Niko Kranjcar who is unfortunately out for the rest of the season.

Wes Foderingham

The former England youth international is a mainstay in the Rangers team that was crucial in helping them gain promotion to the Scottish Prem last season.

James Tavernier

Another of the Rangers squad clicked from the English football league that helped Rangers gain promotion last season. Capable of getting forward, and scored 15 goals for Rangers last season.

Rob Kiernan

After a great year last year, Rangers extended the defenders contract until 2018. He looks set to partner Clint Hill in the centre of defence.

Clint Hill

The experienced central defender is a vital player in this Rangers team. The 38-year-old brings vital experience at this level.

Lee Wallace

Such is the form of Wallace that there have been calls to bring him back into the fold at International level. He will look to continue that form against Dundee.

Josh Windass

Windass was brought to Rangers from Accrington and Stanley in the summer, demonstrating the great knowledge of the English football league that Mark Warburton has. He is a young midfielder with room for development.

Jason Holt

Scotland u21 International Jason Holt impressed in his last outing and will retain his place in the side for the visit of Dundee.

Harry Forrester

Another of the English Football League players brought into the club by Warburton. A midfielder with good passing ability and somebody who can knit the play together for Rangers.

Kenny Miller

The 36-year-old shows no sign of slowing down and is still one of the most important players in this Rangers side. Fans will hope he is on song if they are to beat Dundee comfortably.

Joe Garner

The striker signed for Rangers from Championship club Preston in the summer for a fee of £1.8million. He will be disappointed with his goal return so far this season and look to improve that, starting with Dundee.

Martyn Waghorn

The ex-England u21 international was the star man in this Rangers team scoring 28 goals in 36 appearances. He has already found his scoring boots this season and will be a danger for the Dundee defence.

Written by Johnny Robery

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