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Murty to make 2 changes – Predicted 4-2-3-1 Rangers line-up to face Dundee

Predicted Rangers Line-up To Face Dundee In The Scottish Premiership

Rangers host Dundee at the Ibrox Stadium in a pivotal clash this Saturday. After being held to a 2-2 draw against Motherwell, it is important for the Gers to win this one. Securing 3 points this weekend could play a major role in boosting the club’s confidence ahead of their big Scottish Cup semi-final clash against Celtic next weekend.

The club will certainly have the upper hand against Dundee at home but do they have what it takes to pull off a win? It remains to be seen.


Probable Rangers XI

Manager: Graeme Murty

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Wes Foderingham (GK)

Foderingham has been a reliable presence at the back for the Gers and he is expected to retain his spot between the sticks.

James Tavernier (RB)

Tavernier’s dominance on the right-hand side has been quite evident and the player is likely to start against Dundee.

Ross McCrorie (CB)

With Bates still out of action and Alves’ lacklustre performance against Motherwell, McCrorie could find himself in the starting XI on Saturday.

James Tavernier

Russell Martin (CB)

Martin is a stable defender and he is likely to partner McRorie this weekend.

Declan John (LB)

Having put in a convincing display against Motherwell, John is expected to retain his spot this weekend.

Graham Dorrans (CM)

Dorrans looked quite rusty in the previous game but he can be lethal once he gets going and he might just receive another start to prove his worth.

Greg Docherty (CM)

He’s been quite impressive on almost every occasion and should partner Dorrans in central midfield.

Sean Goss (CAM)

The on-loan QPR midfielder has been one of Rangers’ most influential players and with Windass being a major doubt, Goss might be deployed in this role due to a lack of options.

Jamie Murphy

Daniel Candeias (RW)

Candeias can unlock several opportunities for the Gers and his impact could prove to be resourceful against Dundee.

Jamie Murphy (LW)

Murphy’s creativity will be important in terms of creating goalscoring opportunities for the club and he is expected to start in his usual role on the left-wing.

Alfredo Morelos (CF)

Morelos is likely to lead the line once more for the Gers. He is a lethal striker and he will be looking to get his name on the scoresheet this weekend.